Along with other doctors in Indian cities facing unprecedented water shortages, T.N. Ravisankar in Chennai is praying for rain—and soon. Treating patients will “depend on God’s mercy” if water supplies in India’s fourth-largest metropolis aren’t replenished shortly, said Ravisan...
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Great Context
July 10, 2019
Well written and sourced piece from Bloomberg about, specifically, the severe water shortages in parts of India. Additionally, the piece is particularly informative in the broader context of the issue of climate change.
July 10, 2019
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Well Sourced
July 11, 2019
Great and terrifying article that goes into the details of the effects of water shortages on medical care in India.
July 11, 2019
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Well Sourced
July 11, 2019
This article not only provided great context to the situation, but the author gave a tremendous amount of data from previous levels as they compare to now. There was a sentence correlating climate change with these water shortages which is uncorroborated but didn't effect the overall credibility of the article.
July 11, 2019
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Investigative
July 11, 2019
This article takes some liberty in extrapolating a bit here and there from what they perceive to be a link between droughts and greenhouse effects. Aside from that, the rest is well composed data about the droughts and water shortages.
July 11, 2019
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July 10, 2019
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