Climate change threatens the water supply of nations around the world. But it's difficult to measure whether a region has sufficient water to satisfy the people who live there. Could satellites help?
Wastewater reuse suffers from a perception problem.
Cape Town's water crisis holds valuable insights for other cities that need to adapt to the realities of climate change.
Small solutions done properly can play a huge role in dealing with water scarcity.
A drought levy is being proposed for water scarce Cape Town. The levy is facing wide opposition and there are claims it's punitive and punishes those trying to save water.
Developing a map of African countries' water poverty levels offers a transparent analysis for policymakers, governments and organisations that deal with water issues.
The water crisis in South Africa's Cape Town teaches us there's more at play than just rainfall. Disasters like droughts means the issue must be seen from many different perspectives, like politics.
There are a number of myths surrounding Cape Town's drought, one of them being that the city saw the crisis coming but didn't prepare for it.
Nigeria is rich in water resources. but poor management has led to water scarcity in the country.
Windhoek can teach Cape Town on dealing with drought. Technology alone is not enough.
Stormwater harvesting offers an alternative water supply source. It's almost entirely untapped in South Africa and could ensure improved water security across the country.
The current climate talks in Morocco are a golden opportunity for making strides on the adaptation of African agriculture. African countries need the tools necessary to do so.
Intelligent trade policies can help limit the threats, including food security, that come with an uneven distribution of water resources across the globe.
Can we predict where in the world will be water-stressed? Using a more fine-tuned model, researchers find there is no global water crisis, just local ones.
Water footprinting is meant to help countries use water more efficiently. But it may cause more problems than it solves.