Cape Town and the region around it has been suffering a drought for months now. But water-saving measures in place will not be a solution to the reocurring problem in the long-run.
One year after Cape Town's water crisis, tourists are coming back to South Africa's "Mother City." But is the water crisis entirely averted? Sertan Sanderson reports from Cape Town.
What will the world look like in 2060? What role will climate change or the growing world population play? How does the drive for prosperity fit together with finite resources?
Worldwide, heavy rainfall and flooding are wreaking havoc from Mozambique to the US. At the same time, ancient water sources are drying up. On World Water Day, DW looks at extreme weather's threat to freshwater sources.
Displacement and extinctions have sparked fury at large dams, but many see them as vital for clean energy and water.
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