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 positive 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.
Originally published on the Stone Family Foundation website, this blog looks back on the Alliance’s journey to date during its first strategic phase.
Originally published in the Frontiers in Environmental Science journal, this piece presents the collective views of CBSA members – some of the world’s leading CBS practitioners – on the potential, research gaps and major challenges to scaling CBS.
In Stockholm World Water Week 2019, CBSA and members engaged in a number of sessions including sessions profiling our cost effectiveness work, work to develop a common IT platform and moderating private sector inputs in a discussion on the Ngor Commitments.
With support from WSSCC, CBSA members SOIL (Haiti) and x-runner (Peru) attended LatinoSan in Costa Rica with colleagues from the Haitian government.
In a fantastic feat for the Alliance, the JMP has formally recognized CBS as a type of improved sanitation, endorsing it as a safely managed sanitation service under the Sustainable Development Goals and providing legitimacy at the highest level.
The World Bank Water Global Practice (WGP)’s new study, ‘Evaluating the Potential for Container-Based Sanitation’, assesses existing CBS approaches, concluding that CBS should be considered as part of city-wide inclusive sanitation options.