Monthly Archives: April 2013

Cape Verde: The Water Problem

The small, Portuguese-speaking country of Cape Verde, which is located off the western coast of Africa, has long faced extreme water shortages. With less than 50mm of rainfall a year and one of the lowest groundwater tables on the continent, the

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Wind4Water© Team Member Intro – Mark Lampman

I came by my interest in sustainable development because of the very grave context in which I was first introduced to the emerging field of renewable energy. I had the fortune of serving for over 8 years in the Special

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W4W Team Member Richard Dart

My name is Richard Dart and I am a fulltime employee at Associated Wind Developers, LLC (AWD). Before AWD, I was playing minor league professional hockey for the Cape Cod Bluefins of the Federal Hockey League (FHL). With a season-ending

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Team Leader Matt Glynn on Wind-Powered Desalination Plants

AS I have travelled the world from Mexico, to Haiti, to Africa, to Cape Verde, I have seen many of the same problems. Most of these problems stem from the same issue-lack of clean water. In these countries, I have

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