In Berlín in the Salvadoran department of Usulután, a privileged few families get water once a month, supplied by the community itself. People who live in the municipality’s higher elevations can buy water for $45 to $60 dollars per month, roughly two weeks’ pay. Residents are unsettled by plans to expand geothermal energy plants to provide power to mine Bitcoin. Leer en español

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