Suriname in South America, is almost bankrupt. President Bouterse has to cut on salaries and other government spendings.
What could help the Suriname economy? Water. Suriname can earn billions on clean water. Read More
The gap between electricity supply and demand in Curaçao is increasing. Still the Island is relying on imported electricity, diesel and other fossil fuels.
In addition, changes in weather patterns in the Caribbean due to climate change are exacerbating existing water challenges.
Since 2007, 68 new desalination plants have been built across the Caribbean, which now boasts an installed capacity of 782,000 cubic metres of purified water per day, according to the Caribbean Desalination Association.