About the Water map

The Water map is an interactive, and growing effort to develop an understanding of the broad range of 'watery' landscapes that citizens feel are important, to provide an overview for 'watery' engagements (projects, groups, activists, etc.), and a space for visitors to this site to upload their own experiences and information.

This map forms part of the Cape Town Museum of Watery Relations project and also contributes to the Water Research Commission's Water Sensitive Design Community of Practice programme. Through this map we invite you to engage, explore and add your own input. Click here for more information on the types of submissions we are looking for.

FAQs:

How can I get involved?

How can I submit a project?

Where can I find the form to submit my project?

Who contributes?

We hope YOU will . . .

but in the meantime, we are working on gathering water stories in a variety of ways (courses, workshops, etc) and collaborating with some other projects, and groups, including:

*SenseMaker stories from the Community Resilience in Cape Town (CoReCT) project

*links with MyceliumMediaColab's WaterStories website