What is fog harvesting?

This September morning, the air is cool. Murungi’s wearing a wool hat and a maroon fleece, long pants and tall rubber boots. But the sun — strong at the equator — will soon warm the area. When the ground heats up during the day, its moisture evaporates into the air. Then when the night brings cooler temperatures, that moisture condenses, forming a fog of water droplets that Murungi and his wife collect.

Go to Article : https://www.npr.org/2023/10/05/1203891520/drought-climate-change-fog-harvesting?live=1

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