Disease stalks villages, as Lesotho sells water to South Africa
Struggle for water a daily reality for impoverished Nigerian island residents
Women carry the burden of collecting water for households
Vineyards well watered, while people struggle for water
Without global action, Las Vegas will experience 71 days above 100 degrees Fahrenheit by 2050. The impacts of such climate change are twofold, as less water comes down the Colorado River, and residents use more water in the heat.
Cape Town’s failure to maintain a key wastewater treatment plant cost the city a billion litres of drinking water
Years after the threat of Day Zero, it turns out that while households were blamed for over-excessive water use, big industrial users were given little more than a slap on the wrist for their significant water consumption
As a poor country, Tajikistan has often turned to outside investment to help fix its water infrastructure. Yet, half the population does not have access to safe, clean water.
Meanwhile, villagers struggle for water