News Feature | April 11, 2024

Mexico City Nearly Out Of Drinking Water

Source: KLa Systems

One of the largest cities in the world, Mexico City, is facing a severe water crisis due to drought conditions exacerbated by climate change and infrastructure problems. Scientists are now concerned the region could hit a “day zero” scenario, where water supplies completely run out.

The Cutzamala system, which supplies water to millions in the Valley of Mexico, has hit historic lows due to low rainfall. As of November 2023, rainfall levels have been 44% of what was expected.

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