While people drench themselves with cold water for the ‘Ice Bucket Challenge’ in the West; Aljazeera looks at the worsening crisis in New Delhi, the worlds second largest city, where the fight is on everyday for access to fresh, clean water.
Detroit’s water wars continue. Forced shutoff to area residents delayed. What’s your take on this developing controversy?
How’s this for a reimagined LA river?
Our latest post looks at how craft beer production in LA could be harnessed to transform the city’s concrete river.
Giant zippers in Japan!
By Jun Kitagawa
Urban water management!
A New Map Of The U.S., Created From Where We Get Our Water
Instead of fighting over water, what if each state’s boundaries let it get water from one source? Check out the Watershed States of America.
What London would look like if the Thames Barrier failed.
Let’s all be grateful for the Thames Barrier!
Four infographics about resilient urban systems.
Following their triumph with Manufactured Landscapes, photographer Edward Burtynsky and filmmaker Jennifer Baichwal reunite to explore the ways in which humanity has shaped, manipulated and depleted one of its most vital and compromised resources: water. Their new film Watermark is currently showing at the Toronto International Film Festival.
You can watch the trailer here
With over half the state facing extreme levels of drought, cities in New Mexico find themselves at the forefront of climate change and planning for adaptation.
Lucas Lindsey on New Mexico’s water crisis.
New Mexico has a serious water management problem, with some villages and towns running out of water entirely. What’s the future for the region?
Our new post explores in more detail.