Overcoming water scarcity - Learning from Israel's experience
Based on our experience, the water shortage doesnt seem to be affecting tourists too much. Despite widespread awareness, taps are still running, some pools are filled, and showers arent restricted.
Based on our experience, the water shortage doesn't seem to be affecting tourists too much. Despite widespread awareness, taps are still running, some pools are filled, and showers aren't restricted.
A pool in Cape Town, South Africa, had been drained and left to collect rainwater. Business Insider
Cape Town, South Africa, home to more than 4 million people, is close to running out of water after three years of a persistent drought.
Day Zero, the day when the city will be forced to turn off most of its taps, was first set for April but has been pushed to July.
By then, if the city doesn't get enough rain, thousands of residents will be forced to collect water rations from central collection points.
If Cape Town runs out of water, it will be the first major city in the world to do so. But that by 2025, two-thirds of the world could be dealing with water shortages.
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