We’re spending a week reporting on the lack of clean drinking water on First Nations reserves. Here’s why.
Every day, India’s rail system accommodates 10 million passengers and much of the water that lines that train network is not fit for human consumption.
One filter—half a page from the book—can handle up to 100 liters of water, which means that the whole book can provide someone four years of purified drinking water.
Turning off the fountain that memorializes the asshole who originally channelled water into Los Angeles would be a sign that there's something wrong in this city, which there is.