Global warming has brought about a more responsible attitude towards water consumption. A cutting edge airborne technology can save water lost through leaks while reducing energy use and carbon emissions.
This year the United Nations (UN) has decided to link the World Water Day to the climate change challenge. Global warming puts a lot of pressure on water cycle and, in some cases, threatens the people’s access to this precious resource and sanitation services.
Today, 1 in 3 people, around 2.2 billion, live without safe drinking water (WHO/UNICEF 2019). Climate-resilient water supply and sanitation could save the lives of more than 360,000 infants every year (UN 2018).