North Pole’s giant icebergs become hope for water poor countries

North Pole’s giant icebergs have become a hope for water poor countries. Georges Mougin a French engineer-has spent the last 30 years researching and planning a method to tackle the worlds clean water shortage in poorer countries.
His brainchild is to haul and melt icebergs from the north pole, to use for fresh clean water for countries in need. According to last reports, approximately 1.1 billions of people around the world are struggling to find clean drinking water
Using 3-D technology he shows how a 160 meter deep giant net shall carry the giant blocks of ice with assistance of tugboats. Some icebergs are more than 100 million tones in weight, making this challenge no easy task.

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