In the aftermath of the earthquake in Haiti in 2010, access to clean water was nearly impossible. A New Jersey mayor responded to this emergency with a sophisticated act of generosity. James Luce reports from Rahway, New Jersey. To listen to the full interview, please click the following link: http://www.americaabroad.org/radio/programs/documentaries/?prog=the_global_water_challenge&seg=mitigating_haiti%27s_water_emergency Quentin Kelly is the chairman and CEO [...]
Published in: In the Americas, the Official blog of the commander of U.S. Southern Command By General Doug Fraser Although natural disasters can occur at any time, June through December is a particularly susceptible season in the Caribbean basin because of the annual Atlantic hurricane season. The 2011 Hurricane Season has been active and deadly, [...]
Published in: fairfaxnews.com By Fairfax News Propane and methanol fuel cells, solar-panel collectors and wind turbines are just a few examples of alternative-energy sources that have been on display this week in the Pentagon courtyard. The demos and exhibits were all part of the Energy and Sustainability Technology Fair to show the ways in which [...]
WorldWater’s new PEAK stand-alone solar infrastructure system being demonstrated and used in Honduras. PEAK is a solar-water-communications tool contained in an ISU-60 container for ready deployment in support of security, disaster response, humanitarian missions and more.
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