Worldview Wednesday: Water Crisis

Worldview Wednesday: Water Crisis

Today we look at different countries around the world and how they deal with the Water Crisis!



Tomorrow we look at different ways that YOU can do something about the Water Crisis!


Looking to catch up?  Click on the links below!



  1. Adams, Jill U. “Drinking Water Safety.” CQ Researcher 15 July 2016: 577-600. Web. 21 Apr. 2017.
  2. Kochhar, Kalpana,Catherine Pattillo, and Yan Sun. “Is the Glass Half Empty Or Half Full?” Finance & Development, Jun, 2015, pp. 18, SIRS Issues Researcher,
  3. Rowley, Sylvia. “Australia’s Lesson for a Thirsty California.”SIRS Issues Researcher, 01 Nov, 2016,
  4. Benner, Tom. “Water-Short Singapore Charts a Course Toward Self-Sufficiency.” Christian Science Monitor, 02 Jan, 2017, pp. n/a, SIRS Issues Researcher,
  5. Prisco, Jacopo. “Desert ‘Fog Catchers’ make Water Out of Thin Air.” CNN Wire Service, 17 Nov, 2016, pp. n/a, SIRS Issues Researcher,
  6. James, Ian. “Hitting Bottom: How Unchecked Pumping Leaves Aquifers Dry in India.” USA TODAY, 14 Dec, 2015, pp. A.3, SIRS Issues Researcher,
  7. Chabin, Michele. “Israel’s Guide to Water.” USA TODAY, 08 May, 2015, pp. A.12, SIRS Issues Researcher,
  8. Holtz, Michael. “China: As Water Demands Grow Sharply, Supply is Shrinking.” Christian Science Monitor, 29 Jul, 2015, SIRS Issues Researcher,
  9. “International Decade for Action ‘Water for Life’ 2005-2015.” UN Department of Social and Economic Affairs, 16 May 2014, Accessed 26 Apr. 2017.
  10. Jennings, Ralph. “Taiwan Aims to Rein in Water use.” Los Angeles Times, 10 May, 2015, pp. A.5, SIRS Issues Researcher,