A village on the northern coast of Chile has perfected the ancient
art of collecting water from fog, notes Wellbeing (#76).
With a network of 75 frame and mesh collectors that trap water when
the early-morning fog rolls through, the system captures some
11,000 liters of fresh water each day, enough to serve the needs of
the village's 340 inhabitants. Similar projects are under way in
Peru, Ecuador, Namibia, and Oman.