It’s a scarce resource and likely to get even more so. But is it causing an increase in political friction? The answer is yes… and no.
In this, the first of a two-part series on water, we look at the political and cultural dimensions of our relationship with this vital resource, examining the possibilities for conflict, corruption and hopefully cooperation.
I was intrigued by the way in which China has dammed so much of the water and the implication that this has downstream.