Awesome stories about green inventions, a woman of courage, and forgiveness from Brad at Writing to Freedom.
This week Awesome Stories brings you water solutions, a female pioneer, futuristic EVs and forgiveness at work.
I found two interesting water solutions this week. One is called WaterSeer which is a simple, low-cost way to create drinking water sustainably using wind and condensation. Their goal is to address the nearly 1.2 billion people who don’t have easy access to clean drinking water. Currently, WaterSeer only has prototypes, but is raising funds via IndieGoGo to scale up and build more units. The second version is by Warka Water, who uses nature as a model to create a tree-like structure that pulls water from the air. Their version has more units being tested and produces more water per day, but costs more to build. Natural materials are used to build them. Which one do you like and why?
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