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designed by peter peter trautwein, the CloudFisher harvests fog to supply water to areas of morocco that would otherwise be subject to drought.

World's largest fog harvester produces water from thin air in the Moroccan desert

Companies and individuals have developed technologies to capture water vapors in our air to create drinking water or to capture and collect dew.

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Nikola Tesla is well known for his contributions to electrical engineering, so it’s more than a little surprising to hear that he also made contributions to fluid power. Thanks to the popularity of the Internet, many of these old and forgotten investments are coming to light, including a device called a “Tesla Valve.” A Tesla […]

Green Energy Tips That Can Save You Money Today! Have you considered joining the green energy revolution, but don't know what you need to do to get started?

If you wonder how less affluent countries afford to give more benefits to their citizens, let me tell you. They don't start wars with other countries based on lies and scare tactics about weapons of mass destruction!!!. It has cost us trillions and the lives of thousands of young brave service men and women.

furnushing every home in america with solar panels would cost less that the iraq and afganistan wars combined and would save taxpayers more than 162 billion dollars a year.

Dew collector for India by Antoine Riquiez, collects a pure source of water

Dew collector for India by Antoine Riquiez, collects a pure source of water

The "Water Farms" are groups of  NRP 3.0 fog collectors for the production of large volumes of high quality water, sized according to the needs of each project, with different purposes and uses:

The "Water Farms" are groups of NRP fog collectors for the production of large volumes of high quality water, sized according to the needs of each project, with different purposes and uses:

*Vivre en autonomie, produire son électricité..son chauffage et gérer l'eau: une réalité.*** - décroissance

* Living independently, producing electricity, heating and managing water: a reality.

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Here's my latest column "Tapping into the Waterways in the Sky." Will atmospheric water extractors replace city reservoirs, dams, water towers, and our elaborate water networks throughout every community?

Wind Turbine Towers Win Metropolis Next Generation Prize!

winning proposal of its 2009 Metropolis Next Generation Design Competition. French-designed project “Wind-it” by Nicola Delon, Julien Choppin, and Raphael Menard seeks to install wind turbines in existing electrical transmission towers.

Warka Water tower that pulls drinking water from thin air wins World Design Impact Prize | Inhabitat - Green Design, Innovation, Architecture, Green Building

Warka Water tower that pulls drinking water from thin air wins World Design Impact Prize

Warka Water tower that pulls drinking water from thin air wins World Design Impact Prize | Inhabitat - Green Design, Innovation, Architecture, Green Building

Even in areas without considerable rainfall, at certain times of day the air contains enough moisture to be captured and stored. From fog catchers to dew catchers, sometimes just being in the right place at the right time with the right tool can help provide water in areas with no other viable options.

7 Ways Technology Will Provide Water for the World

They don't look pretty, and not what you'd imagine when you skip through an apple orchard but new plastic irrigation trays make the most out of limited water resources. We've already posted on fog and dew collectors.

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