It is an indisputable fact that climate change is no longer silent and is having an increasing impact on society by raising the level of water stress in cities and agricultural production, as well as in industrial fabrics and energy systems.
I would like to dedicate the introduction to this issue to commemorate the world water day which will be celebrated on 22 March. This event coincides with the start of the UN Water 2023 Conference in New York, which will be a unique opportunity to seek solutions to the current water crisis, to accelerate progress on Sustainable Development Goal (SDG) 6: Water and sanitation for all by 2030, and to set the roadmap for achieving other internationally agreed targets related to this resource.
Water is a very precious finite good and we must try to work together to find a solution to optimise it and consume it with sense. From Elliot Cloud we want to place on our agenda the mission of contributing to propose solutions through technology to solve the challenges for the management of water resources, collaborating with actors linked to sustainable development initiatives and projects to digitise water management that help us prepare for the challenges of the present and the future.
Water affects us all, so we all need to take action. There is an urgent need to accelerate change, and technology is a tool that will help us to increase efficiency in all water processes. integral water cycle minimising the amount of resources used.