The CBSA and other members of the Climate Resilient Sanitation Coalition call for sanitation as a climate solution on World Toilet Day 2023.
CBSA and its members featured prominently throughout this conference where we had numerous interesting and thought-provoking discussions. Read about the three key issues that gave us pause for thought.
Are you heading to the 1st IWA NSS conference? Join us in an array of sessions throughout the conference to learn and discuss container based sanitation.
Reflections and key messages from a ‘Flush with Success’, a roundtable co-hosted by Cranfield School of Management, Water & Sanitation for the Urban Poor and the CBSA looking at how small and medium-sized social enterprises (SMSE) can help to meet enormous global sanitation challenges.
In 2022, the CBSA worked with the carbon finance consultancy South Pole on a feasibility study to understand whether carbon credits could become a viable income stream for sanitation providers and help to reduce the funding gap. Our new briefing paper summarises the study’s findings, which found that carbon credits can generate revenue for actively managed sanitation but that several obstacles hinder the full potential.
CBSA is pleased to welcome three new affiliate members with a range of service models operating in francophone Africa, South Africa and the UK.
CBSA’s engagement in the Rich Earth Summit 2020 virtual conference generated a rich discussion, some interesting connections and raised a fantastic $5,000 for the Alliance.
As part of this year’s virtual World Water Week at Home virtual conference, CBSA Chair Kory Russel presented emerging findings from CBSA’s research on CBS as climate smart sanitation.
As part its Youtube series on business solutions for the sanitation economy, TBC Executive Director Cheryl Hicks interviewed CBSA Chair Kory Russel about the CBS model, the impact of covid-19 and the future of the alliance. Watch the video:
Sasha Karmer, SOIL’s Executive Director, reflects on the mutual support provided through the Alliance during the covid-19 pandemic.