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Working for Water - Around the World

 
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It's hard seeing the state of the world and knowing that so many of the issues we're currently facing could be easily remedied. When it comes to flood, drought, fire, water scarcity, desertification, climate instability (and the resulting tensions, migration, and conflicts) we have clear and proven solutions that work. There are living and recent examples of simple actions humans can take that create positive ripple effects. We don't need new technology, or even new techniques. We need the masses to understand the future that is possible and attainable and to start taking action in that direction.

Over the past decade I've worked across 6 continents in more than 25 different countries. In that time I've seen so many different landscapes, climates, and contexts. Shockingly, despite all of the differences so many of the challenges they face are the same. Too much water at times, too little water at others, springs, rivers and waterways going dry, and the landscape heating up with fever.



I'm on a journey to help remedy these challenges and create a better common future.

Will you join me?
 
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