Kenya Installs the First Solar Plant That Transforms Ocean Water Into Drinking Water — Humans Are Free – February 23, 2020

Kenya Installs The First Solar Plant That Transforms Ocean Water Into Drinking Water

(Humans Are Free)  The Earth is a watery place. In fact, 71 percent of our planet is covered in water [1]. Despite this, one in nine people do not have access to safe drinking water – that’s around 785 million people [2].

The trouble is, 96.5 percent of all Earth’s water is found in the oceans in the form of saline water, and is not drinkable for humans. That only leaves us with rivers, lakes, and groundwater to satisfy our water needs [1].

According to the World Economic Forum, the global water crisis ranks as the number four risk in terms of impact on society [3]. Let’s face it – humans need water to survive. →

Read more & video: “GivePower: Clean Water for Kiunga and Beyond” (4:25)  via — Humans Are Free

Kenyan Region Gets Clean Water After Years of Drought Thanks To A Solar-Powered Saltwater Plant — Collective Evolution – December 16, 2019

(Collective-Evolution)  It’s unfathomable that billions of people around the globe don’t have access to clean water, and the problems are getting worse, even in developed countries like the United States, where tap water is becoming more and more contaminated with harmful chemicals, heavy metals, prescription and drugs and much more. It can feel frustrating because long has humanity had the potential to provide good clean drinking water to people all over the world. This shouldn’t be a problem, but it is. →

Read more & video: “Bringing Clean Water to Kiunga, Kenya” (4:11) via — Collective Evolution