Climate change could disrupt nearly half of the world's groundwater supply within 100 years.
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Motherboard visits one of the world's biggest farming exhibitions to find more gadgets than grain.
The state's water control board has been promising to produce about five times more water than it actually can. Whoops.
The Atacama Desert on the coast of Chile is home to one of the driest regions on Earth.
China has an incredible number of mouths to feed, and even with food imports from the U.S. booming, those hungry mouths require a whole lot of farmland. That farmland, meanwhile, requires the second-largest irrigation network in the world. Now, it...