Water and Sanitation is the Pathway to A Sustainable Future

Water and Sanitation is the Pathway to A Sustainable Future

Clean, accessible water for all is an essential part of the world we want to live in and there is sufficient fresh water on the planet to achieve this. However, due to bad economics or poor infrastructure, millions of people including children die every year from diseases associated with inadequate water supply, sanitation and hygiene.

Countries with Highest Water Footprint Per Capita

Countries with Highest Water Footprint Per Capita

Water scarcity affects every continent. Water use has been growing globally at more than twice the rate of population increase in the last century, and an increasing number of regions are reaching the limit at which water services can be sustainably delivered, especially in arid regions.

Emerging Trends in Developing Renewable Energy

Emerging Trends in Developing Renewable Energy

The energy of the world needs to grow with the maturity of our technology. Changes in technology have given rise to many other alternative sources of energy which can be harnessed through various modern techniques.

Food Waste Footprints

Food Waste Footprints

Tossing out food is clearly a waste of money. You also may be creating extra greenhouse gas emissions by sending food to a landfill. Now comes yet another reason not to waste food: It also wastes a heck of a lot of water.

One Third of the World Lacks Improved Sanitation

One Third of the World Lacks Improved Sanitation

Globally, more than 125 million children under five years of age live in households without access to an improved drinking-water source, and more than 280 million children under five live in households without access to improved sanitation facilities.

What is the Biggest Threat to the World's Oceans?

What is the Biggest Threat to the World's Oceans?

Through the earth’s water cycle, the planet’s freshwater and oceans are inextricably linked. Our economy and social system depends on how we manage the fraction of this great cycle that continuously moves through nature and society. 

Household Water Sanitation and Treatment Access

Household Water Sanitation and Treatment Access

Household wastewater carries dirt, soap, food, grease, and bodily wastes down the drain and out of our house. This wastewater, which starts in sinks, toilets, showers, and washing machines, also can carry nutrients and pathogens. Nutrients can impair water quality, and pathogens can cause disease.

Global Water Problems

Global Water Problems

75 % of our earth is covered with water yet 1.4 billion people live without clean drinking water. Two-fifths of the world’s population lack access to proper sanitation. Only 3 % of the earth’s water can be used as drinking water.

Why WASH Vital for Development

Why WASH Vital for Development

It is estimated that 58% of that burden, or 842 000 deaths per year, is attributable to unsafe water supply, sanitation and hygiene and includes 361 000 deaths of children under age five, mostly in low-income countries.

Global Renewables Share

Global Renewables Share

The share of renewables in meeting global energy demand is expected to grow by one-fifth in the next five years to reach 12.4% in 2023. Renewables will have the fastest growth in the electricity sector, providing almost 30% of power demand in 2023, up from 24% in 2017.