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As streams and springs dry up, subsistence farmers in Brazil’s western Bahia are struggling to survive. They blame big agriculture for stealing their water for irrigation. But as climate change accelerates and drought increases, scientists disagree on who or what is to blame.

We published our work simultaneously on the environment site of Yale University, on the daily "Folha de São Paulo" and on the French-speaking international channel TV5 Monde.

This story was supported by the Pulitzer Center.


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