Reclaiming the sands of a dead sea

Sand dunes near Karateren, Kazakhstan. Photo: Thomson Reuters Foundation/Claudio Accheri
A farmer stands atop a sand dune near his home in the village of Aralkum, near the Aral Sea, south-western Kazakhstan. Photo: Thomson Reuters Foundation/Claudio Accheri
Shells are seen on the parched seabed of the Aral Sea near Karateren, Kazakhstan. Photo: Thomson Reuters Foundation/Claudio Accheri
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