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With floods and droughts increasing, communities take a new look at storing water underground

Groundwater recharge is the latest wave in water security — though challenges remain

Superstition Mountains Recharge Project photo courtesy of CAP

By Erica Gies for Ensia | @ensiamedia | @egies

Houston, Texas, has flooded every year for the past five years. At the same time, Texas is…

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Ensia is a solutions-focused nonprofit media outlet reporting on our changing planet.

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