In this candid and emotional interview, Damon discusses the world’s water crisis and how his nonprofit Water.org is finding solutions to end open air defecation.
Imagine your life without easy access to clean water. Introducing, The Wait for Water – a social experiment capturing the reactions of unsuspecting people around the world when they’re told that they have to wait up to six hours for water. Why 6 hours? In the developing world, this is the amount of time someone can spend every day collecting the clean water they need to survive.
WATEC is a water technologies international exhibition & conference: the ideal meeting place for manufacturers, researchers, investors, academics, purchasers and decision-makers representing international businesses.
By Glenn Yago, Jill Scherer, Betsy Zeidman
Claire Kaufman, Milken Innovation Center Global Fellow at Gigawatt Global University of California, Berkeley, analyzes how to organize, regulate, finance, and implement microgrids to create affordable, sustainable energy production and use in developing economies (Burundi).
Source: Bloomberg Terminal
This bubble chart shows the water and energy intensity of various industries. The bubble size is proportional to revenue (2013 figures).