This week Nations are meeting in Glasgow to discuss action on ‘Climate Change’.
Thats fine for first world countries, with technology changes they can preserve their current living standards while reducing their reliance on fossil fuels.
It’s Different for Developing Countries
Simply restricting their use of fossil fuels could mean their living conditions will never improve.
With 80% of illness in the developing world being related to contaminated water, safe drinking water is a key issue in improving living standards.
Our Safe Water for Every Child project is a solution that improves health in developing countries without increasing the use of fossil fuels.
The SkyHydrants we use have been able to deliver safe drinking water to well over 100,000 in the last few years without the use of electrical power.
This has been recognised by the Energy Globe Foundation, who recognise the worlds major sustainability champions.
If you would like to help Disaster Aid Australia continue to provide sustainable safe water in developing countries with zero emission; click on the link below;
Charity donations of $2 or more to Disaster Aid Australia are tax-deductible in Australia.