Mai Nguyen

Water Crisis: A Global Problem That’s Getting Worse

In this Vice Documentary, we hear from Professor Deborah McGregor, Canada Research Chair in Indigenous Environmental Justice at Osgoode Hall Law School, about how human systems are exacerbating the global water crisis. Professor McGregor argues that we need to...

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Stanford study reveals a deepening water crisis in Jordan

A new Stanford study has found that Jordan will face an increasing number of destabilising water shortages unless the nation implements comprehensive reform, from fixing leaky pipes to desalinating seawater. In this video we learn the factors causing this trend, and...

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A Map of the Future of Water

This Pew Research Center map examines how the world's freshwater supplies are likely to change in the future and the deep inequalities that are becoming more pronounced as a result of the crisis. Find out more:...

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The Ganges: India’s Most Polluted Holy River

The Ganges River is one of the most holy in Hindu tradition. Today, it provides water to millions, from those in vast metropolises to those that make their living along its banks. These people are relying more than ever on modern technology to keep these holy waters...

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Art, Voice & Justice Exhibition: ‘Aquawhen II?’

The Water Justice Hub was formally established on 14 October 2019 as an initiative of the UNESCO Chair in Water Economics and Transboundary Water Governance at the Australian National University. The Hub is supported by a five-year Australian Research Council Laureate...

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Water justice in Iraq in the aftermath of war

A fragile peace LAURENCE PHILLIPS As the Middle East is increasingly impacted by water shortages, regional leaders must work together to avoid conflict, Laurence Phillips writes.As Iraq emerges from decades of war, it faces multiple water challenges.This has been most...

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As the Climate Bakes, Turkey Faces a Future Without Water

Facing drought, fires, and the hottest temperatures in almost 6o years, Turkey is at the coalface of the world water-climate crisis. But even as the alarm bells ring, the government is spending more and more on water-intensive agriculture and development. In this...

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