Cape Town is leading the world in water management with its innovative plan to increase potable water supply by 7% by 2040 through water recycling. The city brought together global leaders in water reuse to exchange knowledge and experiences, and the New Water Programme aims to enhance the daily water supply by 300 million litres from fresh sources by 2030. This groundbreaking strategy is a testament to the city’s dedication to sustainability and resilience, positioning it as a preeminent figure in global water preservation and recycling.
In Cape Town’s downtown area, a pioneering architectural feat, The Fynbos, is being built as Africa’s first biophilic building. The Fynbos aims to merge urban living with nature by integrating natural elements into its design. ### The Building’s Features