Crisis in Chennai: cities must act to ensure #DayZero is not the new norm

Chennai Citizens line up for drinking water © Akshay Davis, Creative Commons
Floods in Chennai © Vijayingarasal, Creative Commons
Assessment based on The Nature Conservancy Urban Water Blueprint & WWF Water Risk Filter
Drought risk facing cities across the globe © WWF Water Risk Filter
Cape Town © Alexis Morgan

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