Matt Damon and Gary White feature in this video by Bloomberg from this year’s meeting in Davos.
Matt Damon co-founded H2OAfrica. Gary White founded Water Partners. And they merged to create Water.org.
Water.org is a charity backed by a number of major organisations and foundations.
Water companies face many challenges. Increasing and urbanising population, more extreme weather events, ageing network infrastructure, an ageing workforce, and customers becoming more demanding. The problem is they don’t have more money to address these challenges.Read more
It’s not often this blog provides a link to Rolling Stone. But it’s the music press that’s giving the most coverage to Miami-born Cuban American rapper Armando Christian Perez (also known as Pitbull, Mr. 305, and Mr. Worldwide) who has a new role as the United Nation’s Clean Water Here Global Ambassador, covered here in the NME.Read more
The water industry isn’t known for its glamour. But Beyoncé and her BeyGOOD Foundation have announced plans, reported in the NME, to tackle the water crisis in Burundi. She has teamed up with UNICEF to offer two limited edition t-shirts in her online store, profits from which will go towards the #BEYGOOD4BURUNDI fund.Read more
Our last fundraising event for Water Aid was so successful, we thought it was high time we organised another one and what better time than at Christmas! Another i2O Water Bake Off was on the menu again and better than ever, with employees testing their culinary skills with ’empanadas’ and mince pies. Cakes, fudge and flapjacks were also baked for all to enjoy as it’s the festive season and therefore the time for tasty treats and sweets.Read more
i2O Water, the Smart Pressure Management technology company, today announced that it will support WaterAid as its charity partner. Currently 748 million people worldwide live without safe water and 2.5 billion people live without a toilet. i2O is delighted to support WaterAid’s vision and mission to provide water, sanitation and hygiene to everyone, everywhere by 2030.Read more