World Water Day calls for ensuring water for all. Peru’s Andean communities are taking steps to warrant water and sanitation rights 4,000 meters above sea level. In Romatambo, Peru, at the foothills of the snow-covered Caullaraju, on the white Andes Mountains and 4,000 meters above sea level, temperatures usually drop below 0° Celsius (32° Fahrenheit) in the summer and never … [Read more...] about Rights for all: water and sanitation 4,000 meters above sea level
It is clear that we will not be able to close the gap basic services in Latin America and the Caribbean if we do not invest in innovation in water and sanitation. *By Luisa M. Mimmi and Fabiana Machado Innovation is quickly and inevitably changing the way we think and provide infrastructure services. Processes are being transformed and boundaries across sectors shifted. … [Read more...] about Technological disruption: a look into the future innovation in water and sanitation
By Alfredo Zolezzi A few weeks ago we learned and celebrated an impressive historical event. Nine years after the start of one of the most ambitious NASA missions, and after traveling 4.8 billion kilometers, the New Horizons probe reached the most distant planet in our solar system: Pluto. Already in 2012 the Curiosity rover landed on Mars, where it still is exploring and … [Read more...] about After Pluto, what will be our next challenge?
The IDB-FEMSA Awards to the best water and sanitation solutions is joining forces with Demand Solutions, Chile 2018, to find and reward the best innovations in the continent. The biggest challenges produce the most innovative solutions. Over the past nine years we have seen IDB-FEMSA Awards going to innovators that harvest water from air or use original software to bring … [Read more...] about THE 2018 IDB-FEMSA AWARDS: WE ARE SEEKING INNOVATORS WHO CAN IMPROVE LIVES WITH WATER AND SANITATION SOLUTIONS
By Eugenio Barrios | Policy and Development Director | WWF-Mexico Mexico, like the majority of countries in Latin America and the Caribbean, suffers from the overexploitation of its water resources in the most populated and most productivity relevant areas of the country. This causes loss of biodiversity and also poses a major challenge for water management, since it hampers … [Read more...] about Our most precious reserves: water