Topic: water at risk
Nobody knows what's next for Cape Town's water supply — so some are preparing for the worst
How did Cape Town, a sprawling city of four million people, come to the point where residents are left wondering when "Day Zero" — when dam levels are considered low enough to turn off the taps and ration water — will arrive.
Water worries mount around the world — including in Canada
Population growth and changing climate are putting water supplies at risk. We take a look at some of the trouble spots around the world as part of our series Water at Risk.
'It's not impossible': Western Canada's risk of water shortages rising
Cape Town is close to becoming the first major city in the world to run out of water. As the South African city confronts its water crisis, scientists in Canada warn that a similar situation is possible here.
Water crisis: What's the best solution? | The Question
Cape Town isn't the only city facing a water crisis — in fact many around the world have been trying to find ways to conserve the invaluable resource; that led CBC News to ask: Is there a best solution to solving a water crisis? And if not, who's doing it best?