According to the United Nations, nearly 800 million people around the world don’t have access to clean water — a daunting challenge for political leaders, humanitarians and scientists, but it hasn’t stopped a group of Pittsburgh area students from working on a solution. ”We actually didn’t realize how extensive it was until we did all of our research,” said Kambree Love, a junior at South Fayette High School. She is one of five dozen students from South Fayette and North Allegheny Intermediate High School who collaborated on a project to find a solution for a real world problem — the scarcity of potable water — particularly in parts of Africa and Asia. Click here for more.
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