Isla Urbana
Isla Urbana

Founding Year: 2009

Staff: 65


Enrique Lomnitz (General Director)

An interdisciplinary non profit organization of designers, urbanists, engineers, anthropologists, educators, and artists is devoted to showing how rainwater collecting may solve Mexico’s water issue. It has built a rainwater harvesting system that is ecologically, socially, and economically sustainable, collecting and cleaning rainwater for houses, schools, and health clinics to supply clean water for Mexico through sustainable rainwater collecting technology.

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Isla Urbana contributes to the following Sustainable Development Goals

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