Water Conservation in the World Today

Water crisis in Cape Town, South Africa, threatens nearly 4 million

South Africa’s second-largest city is in the midst of a years-long drought that has them less than three months away from the situation becoming so dire that it must shut off its taps forcing the town's nearly 4 million residents to find new and innovative ways to conserve what little water they have left.

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Mexico City faces a water crisis

Mexico City's nearly 2 million people can no longer count on water from their taps as over drawing underground aquifers damages their city's infrastructure.

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World Wildlife Federation tackles global water scarcity

The WWF estimates that 2.7 billion people find water scarce for at least one month of each year and nearly 2 million people die each year from diarrheal diseases caused by inadequate water and wastewater resources.

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Half of California is Back in a Drought

Warm Weather and Lack of substantial rainfall have placed roughly 44% of California back into a state of drought.

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