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A Universal need met by
game-changing technology

RHST Industries is committed to finding and developing long-term solutions geared towards establishing self-sustaining, environmentally impactful facilities. Specializing in the fields of water evaporation, agriculture, hydroponics and green technology, WaterPearl has produced a revolutionary tool for sustainable and improved agricultural productivity.

UNSDG Impact of WaterPearls

UNSDG Goal 1 - No Poverty

Eradicating extreme poverty for all people everywhere by 2030 is a pivotal goal of the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development.

WaterPearls support sustainable agriculture, increasing yields and reducing inputs and risk exposure to climate.

UNSDG Goal 2 - Zero hunger
UNSDG Goal  - Gender equality
UNSDG Goal 6 - Clean Water and Sanitation
UNSDG Goal 12 - Responsible consumption and production
UNSDG Goal 13 - Climate action

Sustainable Development Goal 2 is about creating a world free of hunger by 2030. 

WaterPearls support sustainable agriculture with efficient use of water, for more crop per drop

Improved water management and sustainable agriculture can help women reduce gender inequality 

Demand for water is rising owing to rapid population growth, urbanization and increasing water needs from agriculture, industry, and energy sectors.

WaterPearls substantially improve water-use efficiency and ensure sustainable withdrawals and supply of freshwater to address water scarcity.
WaterPearls enable water resource management across the catchment basin, facilitating groundwater recharge.
WaterPearls enable condensation harvesting to improve soil moisture levels.

Goal 12 is about ensuring sustainable consumption and production patterns, which is key to sustain the livelihoods of current and future generations.

Unsustainable patterns of consumption and production are root causes of the triple planetary crises of climate change, biodiversity loss and pollution. These crises, and related environmental degradation, threaten human well-being and achievement of the Sustainable Development Goals.

To limit warming to 1.5° Celsius above pre-industrial levels, as set out in the Paris Agreement, global greenhouse gas emissions will need to peak before 2025.

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