Water scarcity is a growing problem, caused by everything from man-made climate change to poor governance.
It is affecting more people than ever before and across all continents.
In a time of technological innovation, why is something as basic as access to water still such a huge problem?
And even as aid organisations work to resolve it, has climate change progressed so far that water scarcity will inevitably affect ever more people?
Presenter: Sami Zeidan
Bart Hilhorst - Expert on water resources management.
Nadene Ghouri - Journalist currently with WaterAid in Madagascar.
Tim Forsyth - Professor of Environment and Development at the London School of Economics and Political Science.
Robert Rubinstein - Chairman and founding partner of TBLI GROUP, a firm involved in sustainable investment to solve social issues.
Source: Al Jazeera