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Jan 19, 2022

With climate change threatening freshwater sources, water demand across the globe is likely to increase by 20 - 30% between now and 2050. In this episode, we’re looking at two promising solutions to create clean drinking water from surprising places: our sewers and our oceans.

We speak with General Manager of the


Jan 5, 2022

Transboundary waters - the rivers, lakes, and aquifers shared by two or more countries - are found in 153 of the world’s 192 countries.

They account for an estimated 60 per cent of global freshwater flow.

As a critical component of our survival, water has long been a source of conflict between nations. The stakes are...


Dec 8, 2021

We’re already reaping the financial repercussions of climate change. Four Twenty Seven projects that by 2040, roughly $78 trillion, equivalent to about 57% of the world’s current GDP, will be exposed to flooding.

On this episode of What About Water? we ask the question: can market incentives align with climate...


Nov 24, 2021

For centuries, we have built big dams, reservoirs, and levees. Humans have steered and shaped the flow of water to irrigate deserts, prevent floods and access groundwater.

But through big engineering, we’ve also created breaks in the natural flow of freshwater from source to sea.

The good news is: we can look back to...