In August 2018, I spent two weeks in Cape Town, as part of a journey living and working in ten different countries last year. During my time in Cape Town, I worked closely with Impact Human staff to collaborate on a unique and pressing project to explore the effects of Cape Town’s water crisis. I interviewed seven people, both in Cape Town and in surrounding areas. I spoke with a water management expert, farmers impacted by long term drought, community activists, and others all adapting to life at 50 litres a day.
Read these people’s stories and learn more about the lessons we can draw from Cape Town’s experience here on Impact Human’s website.
Impact Human is a US NGO dedicated to using photography, interviews and policy research to educate the public on human rights and environmental injustices faced by communities coping with climate cahnge and pollution.