No element is as essential to human health, nutrition, energy and ecosystems as fresh water. However various drivers such as climate change or population growth put high levels of stress on water resources. This renders resource management significantly more complex, and even more so in developing countries…Read more
Sanitation levels is a strong indicator of any communities’ state of human development. Despite global efforts to improve sanitation, major gaps – including financial – remain and are slowing progress… If distributing water satisfies one’s needs, sanitation prevents detriments caused to others.Read more
Electricity remains a scarce resource in many regions throughout the globe. Lack of access to clean, affordable and reliable energy is intrinsically linked to water and considerably hinders human development and the realization of the Sustainable Development Goals.
Electricity is still a rare resource in many regions of the world. Closely linked to the water, the lack of access to a clean, affordable and reliable energy hinders human development and the achievement of Sustainable Development Goals...Read more
Urban growth in developing countries
Demographic growth and rural-urban migrations in developing countries render human, water or energy flows much harder to manage and control. The challenge is to ensure that this urbanizing world facing tremendous mutations and the consequences of climate change remains sustainable.Read more