Technically, no. There are untapped aquifers and glaciers that we haven’t moved to melt in oder to produce drinking water, but this isn’t something we should move to do. Depleting aquifers too quickly forms sinkholes and “cones of depression”, which are dangerous hazards. If we tried to encourage glaciers to melt at a faster rate, (piece by piece) we run the risk of flooding, depleting the natural flow of glacial melt upon which people already depend on for drinking water, and other issues.
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