Egypt currently relies on the Nile for 97% of its water needs, and global news is that the river is under threat, but this country has the longest history of water management and engineering in the world. How will it use centuries of knowledge to meet the challenge?
I’ve came to the Yangtze to learn what the Chinese government, together with local water advocates and organisations, are doing to protect the river. At first glance, things do not look good. The air is so polluted that I need a face mask to protect my lungs while I run. But there is reason for hope...
It was a tough run in Australia, my home country, but this environment can bring out the best in us. Australia has made hard decisions about their water use that ensures it remains sustainable.
Brazil is the world's most water-rich country yet, Sao Paulo ran out of water for 5 days in 2015. How did this happen?
Las Vegas has used innovation to turn water from a problem into an opportunity. I marvel at how innovation affects the relationship between the vulnerability and resilience of a city’s water management.
On March 22, 2017 I will start to run a journey of over two million steps for water. I’m not an athlete. But I am doing this. And you could too. All you need is a big enough purpose.