Clean Water Solutions for Tsunami-Stricken Areas

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NPR's Sheilah Kast speaks with Les Roberts, a water engineer and research associate at John Hopkins University's Bloomberg School of Public Health, about short-term and long-term solutions for getting clean water to communities devastated by last week's massive Indian Ocean tsunami.

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