From Not Enough to Too Much, the World’s Water Crisis Explained

Via National Geographic

"Like many places in the world, Cape Town and the surrounding region has likely reached 'peak water,' or the limit of how much water can be reasonably taken from the area, says water scientist Peter Gleick, president-emeritus of the Pacific Institute. Gleick, who has spent substantial time in South Africa, says the country generally has good water managers."

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