Water infrastructure Sao Paulo inadequate

Climate change, water shortage, clean drinking water, Sao Paulo, Brazil

Climate change, water shortage, clean drinking water, Sao Paulo, Brazil

Sao Paulo suffers from water shortages. One of the main causes Sao Paulo suffers is because the infrastructure had not been updated during the growth of Sao Paulo. The reservoirs are no longer adequate for this huge city of 20 million inhabitants. Read More

Cities Loose Water From Failing Infrastructure

Water management, water leaks, city infrastructure, water management, climate change

It’s time cities fix their water leaks

It’s time cities fix their water leaks. Water loss from failing infrastructure, faulty metering and flat-out theft costs money, and often means lost revenue for utilities and higher rates for consumers. Between 1996 and 2010, the cost of water services in the U.S. rose by nearly 90 percent! Read More