Improved but Not Always Safe: Despite Global Efforts, More Than 1 Billion People Likely at Risk for Lack of Clean Water

A clean drop to drink? Although hundreds of millions more people have access to "improved" water sources, not all of the water is free from contamination, according to new reports. Image: iStockphoto/vijaya_5712 The Best Science Writing Online 2012 Showc Full Story »

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Posted by: Posted by Jessica Yrani - May 21, 2012 - 4:47 PM PDT
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by Jessica Yrani - May. 21, 2012

This article has very straight forward science. It has a lot of scientific language.

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