The AV project Warka Water, in its latest version 3.0, will be exhibited at the Virada Sustentável event: a collaborative movement for sustainability in Brazil. Going to its fourth edition in São Paulo, the Sustainable Turnaround gathers hundreds of attractions and activities related to sustainability issues and topics (biodiversity, waste, water, citizenship, urban mobility, climate change, green economy etc.).

Warka Water is a vertical structure made out of bamboo with a special fabric hanging inside that collects potable water from the air, to mitigate water shortage issues in the rural areas of Ethiopia.

With the support of BRASKEM company, AV director Arturo Vittori, together with the team of the Brazilian TUDO agency, will be constructing and presenting the improved prototype of Warka Water in the park Villa Lobos in São Paulo.

Time: From the 28th till the 31st of August 2014
Location: São Paulo – Brazil
Links: viradasustentavel