Climate change threatens to make parts of the planet uninhabitable or inhospitable for life as we know it while worsening poverty, swamping coastlines and destroying infrastructure. In short, it is the most pressing global challenge we have ever faced. We focus on sustainable waste, waste water recovery and energy conservation.
People everywhere rely on nature — for their jobs, their income and their livelihoods. Whether you work on a farm, in a factory or in an office, your livelihood depends on nature.But nature’s ability to provide for us is being stretched to its limit. It’s more than an environmental problem.
Water is life. It’s vital. It supports the immense diversity of life on Earth. It’s a source of food, health and energy.
Fresh water makes civilization possible. But fresh water, in turn, isn’t possible without a healthy planet — and human actions are putting a healthy planet at risk.
Soils. Water. Healthy oceans. Without these building blocks of nature, p eople would starve. Today, 795 million people do not have enough to eat. And the pressures on our food system are only growing. We must figure out how to feed the world — without destroying it.