Case Study: Fujitsu and Botanical Water Technologies create the world's first global water trading platform using Hyperledger Fabric
Water scarcity is a global challenge affecting millions of people. According to the United Nations half of the world's population, approximately 4 billion people, face severe water shortages for at least one month every year. It's a critical issue that demands immediate attention and innovative solutions. Enter Botanical Water Technologies (BWT) from Australia, a trailblazing company committed to water recovery and sustainability.
This is why we can't dismiss water scarcity in the US
US corporations are urged to address water scarcity issues in the United States as well as in developing countries at the upcoming United Nations Water Conference in March, 2023.
Impacting the world with clean drinking water and blue transparency
Enhancing transparency and trust for impact projects by using blockchain technology and internationally recognized environmental frameworks.
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Blue Investments, Green COP27 Returns
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An Australian Startup Is “Growing” Water For Drought-Parched California
Water is California’s most precious commodity these days, as the state endures a drought that scientists are calling the worst in 1,200 years…
California's Worst Drought in 1,200 Years Pushes US Food Prices Up; Australian Firm Offers Possible Solution by 'Growing' Water
Agriculture experts are looking for possible solutions to the water shortage for their crops as economists predict that food prices will soar even higher as the drought persists.
Australian startup 'growing water' wants to bring technology to India
Botanical Water Technologies is presently helping California, which is experiencing its worst drought in 1,200 years.
Apparently, you can ‘grow’ water. It could help the West’s water crisis.
California’s water crisis is most severe in the San Joaquin Valley, the country’s most productive agricultural region. This year’s snowmelt and rain has not been enough to replenish already-depleted groundwater supplies and wells are being pumped dry. Now BWT has partnered with California’s Ingomar Packing Company.
Trillions of Liters of Drinking Water to Be Harvested From Plants
At an early September event to commemorate the Australian company’s first U.S. partnership with America’s second largest tomato processor, BWT executives explained how they found a way to take the water from plants, and are working with companies to reduce wasting water while creating clean drinking water for human consumption and other uses.
International botanical water company plans expansion into Houston
More than 2 million Americans don’t have access to clean drinking water, according to one study by the U.S. Water Alliance group.
Water, A Commodity Vs Human Rights
Water is the basic need of life and the United Nations ("UN") has recognized this need as a basic human right. The UN World Water Report of 2006 notes that "there is enough water for everyone" and "water insufficiency is often due to mismanagement, corruption, lack of appropriate institutions, bureaucratic inertia and a shortage of investment in both human capacity and physical infrastructure".
Global Water Crisis Prompts Action by Institutional Investors
Water stress is playing out across the globe, from the desperately low water levels on the drought-stricken Colorado River in the U.S. to the shrinking Rhine River in Germany, and threatening industries from agriculture to barge traffic.
Innovative Blockchain Technology Company Targets Water Scarcity In The U.S.
As prolonged water stress has devasting effects on public health and economic development, the United States has now announced water scarcity as a national security issue.
The world’s most sustainable drinking water, made in America
95% of tomatoes are made up of water. Together BWT and Ingomar have harvested this water to bring the world’s most sustainable drinking water to America.
New water trading platform provides a frictionless way for companies to achieve their ESG goals
Companies can now provide water sustainably to communities and the environment by purchasing Water Impact Credits while achieving their water stewardship goals.
Plant-based water has plan to raise $15 million to fight water scarcity
Looking to attract strategic investors passionate about innovation and sustainability, this capital will be used to accelerate the business expansion and allow us to scale globally in key markets.
How to have a sustainable manufacturing mindset
Fujitsu caught up with our Co-Founder and CEO Terry Paule to discuss the next steps in the journey towards sustainability. Terry shares how companies can shift their approach to incorporate a sustainable manufacturing mindset.
Freshwater harvested from American tomatoes to positively impact millions of lives in drought-stricken California
Ingomar Packing Company, one of America’s largest tomato processors, has partnered with Botanical Water Technologies (BWT) to help solve the water crisis.
Sustainable manufacturing: turning wine into water
Botanical Water Technologies looked to form a collaborative partnership with other innovators to build something unprecedented: a global water exchange. And Fujitsu proved the ideal sustainable business transformation partner to help make this vision, real.
Botanical Water Technologies to give clean drinking water to 100 million of the world’s most vulnerable people by 2025
Botanical Water Technologies to launch a new blockchain water trading platform powered by Fujitsu to enable transparent and secure water trading, delivering up to 3 trillion liters of a new source of pure drinking water annually.
Fujitsu’s Blockchain Solution Applied to New Water Trading Platform to Tackle Global Water Shortages
Fujitsu provides key technologies for Botanical Water Technologies to launch new blockchain water trading platform to enable safe and secure water trading, delivering up to 3 trillion litres of new pure drinking water annually
Impact Investor Terry Paule says New Water Source Aqua Botanical Could Change the World
A recently announced partnership between Botanical Water Technologies and Fujitsu to build the world’s first Botanical Water trading platform.