The availability of fresh water affects rich and poor alike. Solving water shortages will impact humanity in the most significant way. For rich countries, the availability of fresh water means global, economic stability. For poor countries, it’s the foundation of life, livelihood and health.
The availability of electricity affects both rich and poor as well. For the rich, pollution from fossil fuel sources has created huge health problems for people and the planet. For the poor, lack of electricity has kept them in poverty by putting education, livelihood and basic necessities out of reach.
The healthcare system for both rich and poor is inadequate. It focuses on treating illness. But a more sensible approach is to prevent illness. Technologies that help prevent illness exist. They need to be implemented for the benefit of people – free from profit seekers and government red tape.
Billions In Change / August 18, 2016
Billions in Change Free Electric August 2016 Update
I know many of you are eager to know when the Free Electric bike will be available, and I appreciate your patience thus far. I’m pleased to say that we received some very useful feedback from the pilot study in India, and we are making a number of modifications to the bike, which I outline later in this letter.
Billions In Change / May 18, 2016
Billions in Change Free Electric India Pilot May 2016 Update
The Free Electric pilot in India is now two months old, and the response has been incredible.
Forbes.com / May 10, 2016
5-Hour Energy Drink Founder Wants To Make Fake Rain
Bhargava, who single-handedly changed impulse buying in convenience stores by with his 5-Hour Energy Drink, is now dedicating his time to the Rain Maker, a water distilling system for helping ameliorate the world’s looming water crisis.