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Friday, July 22, 2016

Our smallest and latest AC - AWM at 5RT / 17.6 KWT greatly improves outputs.


This newly developed (17.6kw/5RT) AC-AWM shown is making cold air to cool a 2000 square foot space, while generating 3,000 liters a day (800 gallons) of water from the air, shown on the video of 86F/60%RH at the site.
Larger systems through 24RT would quadruple this outputs under the same conditions.

Thursday, June 9, 2016

In Haiti, about 200,000 families (1 million people) have been affected by drought conditions since the beginning of 2015

In Haiti, about 200,000 families (1 million people) have been affected by drought conditions since the beginning of 2015, especially in Sud-Est, Nord-Ouest and Artibonite regions. These prolonged conditions are aggravating the situation of 3.8 million food-insecure people in the country.


http://reliefweb.int/disaster/dr-2015-000091-hti

Tuesday, May 17, 2016

21 Of The World's Largest Aquifers Have Passed Their Sustainability Tipping Points

The latest data from NASA’s Gravity Recovery and Climate Experiment (GRACE) satellites has revealed that 21 of the world's largest aquifers in locations from India to China and Australia have passed their sustainability tipping points. Meaning more water is removed than replaced during a decade long study 2003-2013.
 
Included in the list is the Canning aquifer which extends from North of Broome, down to Port Headland and 1000 kilometres inland.
There is not an infinite water supply said NASA’s senior water scientist Jay Famiglietti.
 
Groundwater basins in distress in USA and Canada and throughout the world. http://go.nasa.gov/1HRoYZs






Wednesday, May 11, 2016

Indonesia: Drought 15 March 2016

Over 1.2 million people are in need of food assistance in Indonesia as a drought-related food crisis has been affecting most of the country since August 2015.

http://reliefweb.int/report/indonesia/indonesia-drought-briefing-note-15-march-2016

Vietnam hit by worst drought in nearly a century.

Months of below-average rainfall have conspired to produce the worst drought in Vietnam in the best part of 100 years.



Vietnam has suffered $6.7 billion in damage from its 2016 drought, which has hit farmers especially hard in the crucial southern Mekong Delta. This cost is approximately 4% of Vietnam's GDP, and beats the $785 million cost (2009 USD) of Typhoon Ketsana of September 28, 2009 for most expensive disaster in their history. In this image, we see a boy holding his brother walking across a drought-hit rice field in Long Phu district, southern delta province of Soc Trang on March 2, 2016.
Here are the nations that have set records in February 2016 for their most expensive weather-related natural disaster in history.


Friday, April 8, 2016

Drought In The Marathwada Region In India

Water will be brought to Latur district by trains in the next 15 days while prohibitory orders were clamped near water supply spots in Parbhani town to prevent any violence as authorities grapple with drought in the worst-hit Marathwada region of Maharashtra.

http://www.ndtv.com/india-news/latur-in-drought-hit-maharashta-to-get-water-by-trains-in-15-days-1339991