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Design thinking and connectivity to bring water for all.

Over the next 20 years in India, 220 million people will move from the countryside to cities. Demand for clean drinking water will rise by 50 percent, and inadequate infrastructure could create significant social upheaval in India's cities.

In November 2012, frog traveled from Ahmedabad to Delhi to explore the drinking water ecosystem in India's urban slums. The insights gathered from this research will inform how technology and innovative service models can potentially deliver water for all.

Read Journeys for Water to explore:

  1. Is the access to clean water a human right?
  2. How will mass urbanization and economic development impact our global need for clean water?
  3. How can the smart use of connectivity, sensors and cloud technology meet India's demand for clean water?

Download a copy of the study.

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