Water – It’s a people problem!

Despite the random good years of rain in Namibia, there are facts that we cannot dismiss:  Namibia is an arid country and as such, is prone to droughts. Without significant global policy change, the world will only have 60% of the water it needs by 2030.  In a warming world, droughts will expand and dry places will get drier.  In …

Desert Elephants and the Journey for Water

Namibia’s Desert Dwelling Elephants are one of only two populations worldwide that that adapted to live in a desert environment. Sometimes these Elephants walk up to 70 kilometres at night to find water points, water points shared with humans. In this episode of the MYD Earth Show we speak to Elephant–Human Relations Aid or EHRA, about the work they do …

The Latest on Water in the Capital 

In this episode of the MYD Earth Show we chat to Pierre van Rensburg, our water expert and member of the Technical Committee of Experts on Water Supply Security as appointed by the President of Namibia. Here Pierre shares with us on the latest developments regarding Windhoek’s water situation, the new coding for water restrictions and what these mean as …