Poor planning to worsen climate impact on S. Africa’s water supply

AlertNet: A man walks across a flooded bridge, 60 km (37 miles) south of Durban in South Africa, June 18, 2008, after heavy rains caused flooding. Weak infrastructure management and poor planning will exacerbate the serious effects of climate change on South Africa's water supply, local experts have warned. "We are very good at burglar proofing, bullet proofing, but are we good at climate proofing?' Roland Schulze, professor in hydrology at the University of KwaZulu-Natal, asked last month's South African......

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