By 2030, half of the world’s population won’t have access to clean water. Enter Desolenator, an affordable and versatile device that uses solar technology to create clean water and facilitate micro-entrepreneurship in affected communities.
Unreasonable Institute fellow Divya Yachamaneni, deputy general manager of Naandi Community Water Services, explains how her company is bringing clean drinking water to rural Indian families for less than $2 per month. NCWS’s low-cost water-purification stations are now in more than 400 villages, delivering clean, safe drinking water to about 600,000 people.
Watch this 6 minute talk to see how a team of mechanical engineers and designers are working to change the fate of our oceans with a fleet of autonomous oceanic robotic drones. WARNING: it's rather brilliant.