Hub Culture: An Interview with SOIL’s Sasha Kramer
“This year at Davos, there’s a new global risk report and three of the five major risks are environmental ones: natural disasters, climate change, and water scarcity,” says SOIL’s Dr. Sasha Kramer in an interview with Edie Lush for Hub Culture. “[SOIL] is working on designing a technology that not only provides a dignified toilet, but also addresses all of these risks.”
Don’t miss a great discussion on the Sustainable Development Goals, the toilet of the future, and the disparaging remarks that President Trump made about Haiti last month.
Other Recent SOIL Coverage
- National Geographic: Explorers in the Field visits SOIL May 28, 2020
- SOIL Chosen as Editors’ Pick in the Food Planet Prize May 25, 2020
- SOCIETY Magazine: Completing the Poop Loop Jan 20, 2020
- AJ+ Français: TURNING DEADLY POOP INTO FERTILE SOIL Jan 7, 2020
- Green America: Tackling Soil, Sanitation, and Beyond in Haiti Jan 3, 2020
- JSTOR: A History of Human Waste As Fertilizers Nov 25, 2019
- Webinar: SOIL Talks Climate Connections with ILSR Nov 15, 2019
- Video: Sasha Kramer Talks Sustainable Sanitation with IWA Nov 11, 2019
- Sanitation & Climate: SOIL at World Water Week Sep 9, 2019
- 15 of the Most Impactful Global Climate Projects Aug 2, 2019
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