Climate Change and Water System Change, in the Present Tense

Climate Change and Water System Change, in the Present Tense

As we head into COP27, improving how people get water and flush waste is a climate issue for this very moment. One of the strange things about life in our era has been hearing conversations about the climate catastrophe shift from future to present tense. The...
Meeting the Demand for Investments in Water and Sanitation

Meeting the Demand for Investments in Water and Sanitation

Every person needs about 70 liters of fresh water a day to meet basic needs, according to the World Health Organization. It may not seem like much, especially to residents of developed countries, where consumption ranges from 150–300 liters per day. Yet worldwide, one...
There’s One Way to Learn the Value of Water

There’s One Way to Learn the Value of Water

The world is still locked in a water crisis, and it is measured in millions and billions: 771 million people lack access to safe water, while 1.7 billion get by without improved sanitation. More difficult to measure is the value of getting access. These things can...
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