I remember the challenges of trying to squeeze your way through a herd of motivated people, making your way to the head of the line, filling your receptacle with the water gushing through the tanker pipe and the most challenging part-making your way out of the same herd without spilling much of your prized possession-Continue reading “Troubled Waters… Delhi Slums”
This article describes a unique and sustainable solution to Bangkok’s frequent flooding issues. Read on.
This article on the problems associated with arsenic contamination of groundwater is eye-opening at the least and severely debilitating at best. Read on !
This is a heartbreaking narrative on the conflicts in Yemen and the water shortages and health crises. If you think you have problems, think again. Read on.
This article and the discussion on the technology associated with the world’s large-scale ocean cleanup is very fascinating. Read on.
Is a key issue hurting water world. Here is a report from NPR on this same topic. Read on. Photo Credit: @samuelzeller
This is a fascinating story of how a water charity organization came about. I am looking forward to the book “Thirst”. Thanks for sharing your journey with us, Scott. You are indeed a path breaker. Read on. You can order your book here: Amazon. Photo Credit: The Crown Publishing Group
There isn’t much argument against the reason why everyone in this world should have safe and easy access to toilets. This initiative by the world health organization is worth mentioning. Did you know that most communicable diseases such as cholera, typhoid, polio, diahrrea, dysentry all spread because of dirty water, standing water, and untreated sewage?Continue reading “Toilets For All”
Tracking this storm and how it is about to bring a whole lot of moisture to the Southwestern US states of New Mexico, Arizona, and Utah. Stay safe people. Read on.
Here is a sustainable and renewable way of providing electricity to about 30% of Cameroonians. The hydropower project is developed on the Sanaga River, a huge source of water supply in Sub-Saharan Africa. This is one of the projects supported by the World Bank. Practical solutions for real problems. Watch it. Here is another websiteContinue reading “Hydropower in Cameroon”