The question isn't if we will run out of water. It's when.
Unless we change.

 

 
 

Through my work with the World Bank and the World Economic Forum, I came to learn about the planet's unfolding water crisis: by 2030, we face a 40% shortfall in the global supply of accessible, reliable water. 

I have since dedicated my life to educating leaders and young people alike about this crisis and how we can solve it.

All photography provided by Kelvin Trautman

 
 

 
Mina Guli Running in Death Valley
 

 

Ultra runner

I run expeditions to draw global media attention to the water crisis and tell the amazing stories of people around the world living with water scarcity. 

Water Advocate

In 2012, I founded Thirst, an organization that has educated hundreds of thousands of young people in China about their water footprints.

 

I run for every person that uses water.
 
Mina Guli Running in the Richtersveld National Park in South Africa
 

 
I want every single person on the planet to be able to realize their aspirations.
Without a reliable water supply, that is not possible.
Mina Guli among the students of Thirst Water Program
 

 

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"Blessings & burdens are not mutually exclusive"- Ryan Holiday, the obstacle is the way

Mina Guli running on Bad Water Flats in USA