Using Technology to Solve Today's Water Challenges
The flow of data on freshwater health is becoming difficult to manage. Many organizations around the world, however, have developed innovative ways of harnessing and processing that data to better understand ecosystems, engage citizen scientists and make better decisions.
In this report, we highlight eight case studies—from Stockholm to outer space—where new technologies—from blockchain to Artifical Intelligence—are empowering governments, businesses and citizens to make informed decisions about their water resources.
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