Restoring our Earth starts with water.

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By , Investor Relations Manager at

Today is Earth Day and celebration is in order — but if I’m being honest, I celebrate with mixed feelings. I’ve always carried a deep admiration for Mother Earth, and yet, I am filled with angst and urgency around the lack of action to protect our only home. The fact remains we are not on track to lower our carbon emissions to stay under the threshold of 2 degrees Celsius or achieve the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) by 2030. At bare minimum, these facts…

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Guest Blog By: Alix Lebec, Founder and CEO at Lebec Consulting, & Katie Orr, COO at Lebec Consulting

What’s the first thing you do in the morning? Use the bathroom? Brush your teeth? Make coffee? Imagine if you walked up to the sink, turned on the faucet, and nothing happened. No clean teeth, no morning jolt. And the toilet isn’t even there. What would you do?

That scenario seems like a strange dream to those of us who won the birthright lottery. But for about 2.5 billion people around the world — roughly 35% of the global population — this…

The COVID-19 global pandemic highlights the critical need for increased investment in safe water and sanitation for all.

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By , Director of Investor Relations at

Water and sanitation are basic, but indispensable, first lines of defense in combating the spread of the COVID-19 pandemic. If you don’t have water, you can’t wash your hands. If you have to use a shared toilet facility, you can’t practice social distancing. Yet today, 1 in 9 people lack , and 1 in 3 don’t have access to decent sanitation. That’s

World Toilet Day 2020 — Everyone talks about clean water, but access to sanitation is equally as important.

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By , Senior Associate, Investor Relations at

When discussing the global water and sanitation crisis, we mostly talk about clean water. Water is tangible, it’s visually beautiful, and the benefits of having access to clean water are easily understood. …

By , Chief Investor Relations Officer,

As we celebrate International Women’s Day, Week, Month, Era as well as ; let me introduce you to Chim Chany, an entrepreneurial and brave woman I recently met in Cambodia, while traveling for .

With a daily income of $2–8 a day, Chim Chany and her family struggled to pay the $26 a month needed for an un-safe water connection contaminated with arsenic. Long-term exposure to low levels of arsenic in drinking water is known to cause cancer, heart disease, and some .



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