There is a solar power station that is 450 hectare, which is roughly 35 soccer fields put together in area . It is located in the north of Morocco in the Sahara. It was started in May 2013 and three years later it is now open and in use. I wondered how it was pulled … Continue reading Wasteland Energy
Stinky no no, only innovative. As I was sitting on the toilet I remembered learning in Italy that every time you flush a toilet it uses 6 liters of water. I thought this was really unsustainable so while I pondered on this thought, I found a sign saying that they recycle all the soapy water from … Continue reading Toilets at the COP 22
In the last couple of years, I have been noticing that our weather patterns have changed in a drastic way: it's either later, short or not here at all. This is a problem for agricultural use, we need food and for that, we need good soil to produce these healthy and nutritious foods. Soil and … Continue reading What Is Solid Rain?
The Dutch Embassy has come up with a state of art technology greenhouse. The main goal of this greenhouse is to reduce the use of irrigation water and to make better use of sunlight. Their main goal is to find solutions that will reduce water usage in agriculture in Morocco. They are partnering up with the … Continue reading From Greenhouses to 3D Maps
As I stepped into the Green Zone of the COP22 this morning, the energy was high and I was ready to dive in. Isabel and I had almost done a lap of one of the huge tents when we reached a booth that had a tank of water and, being a little parched, I grabbed … Continue reading From A Sip of Water