Making urban water distribution sustainable and using water to make cities greener were topics covered at a recent international conference in South Africa. “Numerous speakers highlighted the need for a shift away from ‘old models’ of water management and business-as-usual thinking. ‘I see a transition from people being consumers of water to people being custodians of water. We need to manage water as a flux instead of a stock,’ said Anthony Turton, director of TouchStone Resources, a natural-resource management company based in South Africa, at a World Bank panel on public-private partnerships.”
Skilled hunters adapted to the changing landscape and left tantalizing clues to who they were.
Ways to move forward when you're wrong and I'm right.
Research suggests that to maintain a healthy brain, we should tend our gut microbiome.