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Warkawater, la tour qui transforme l’air en eau

Warkawater, la tour qui transforme l’air en eau

Water harvested from clouds in rural South Africa

In the past, if the children of Tshanowa junior primary school in Venda, South Africa, wanted a sip of water at school, they had to bring it from home in containers. At the school itself there wasn…

Around the world, 768 million people don’t have access to safe water, and every day 1,400 childrenunder the age of five die from water-based diseases

Bamboo vase uses dew to fight drought

Around the world, 768 million people don’t have access to safe water, and every day 1,400 childrenunder the age of five die from water-based diseases

FogQuest: Sustainable Water Solutions | Fog Collection | Rainwater Collection | Rural Water Projects

FogQuest: Sustainable Water Solutions | Fog Collection | Rainwater Collection | Rural Water Projects

The "Water Farms" are groups of  NRP 3.0 fog collectors for the production of large volumes of high quality water, sized according to the needs of each project, with different purposes and uses:

The "Water Farms" are groups of NRP 3.0 fog collectors for the production of large volumes of high quality water, sized according to the needs of each project, with different purposes and uses:

Clean Water Harvested From Fog by Beetle-Inspired Device - The Green Optimistic

Clean Water Harvested From Fog by Beetle-Inspired Device - The Green Optimistic

The Warka water project is one of the three finalists for the World Design Impact Prize 2015-2016. It’s meant to provide up to 100 liters of safe drinking water a day for rural populations, collecting rain, fog, and dew water. The harvesting technique and construction system are inspired by species that collect water from the air, and survive in hostile environment. It’s constructed with local and biodegradable materials. The pilot project is running in Dorze, Ethiopia, where it is meant to…

Harvesting water in the desert

The Warka water project is one of the three finalists for the World Design Impact Prize 2015-2016. It’s meant to provide up to 100 liters of safe drinking water a day for rural populations, collecting rain, fog, and dew water. The harvesting technique and construction system are inspired by species that collect water from the air, and survive in hostile environment. It’s constructed with local and biodegradable materials. The pilot project is running in Dorze, Ethiopia, where it is meant to…

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