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SA Newsletter

April 2024

OP-ED : Cooling Homes, Affordably –
A Case for Structural Cooling

This article explores the need for structural cooling as a cost-effective sustainable solution to keep homes and buildings comfortably cool without relying heavily on air conditioning. Growing demand for air conditioning not only strains energy resources but also exacerbates climate change & air pollution. Structural cooling offers a proven alternative that can improve living conditions, especially in spaces where traditional cooling methods are neither practical nor affordable. Let’s delve into this innovative approach to making homes and buildings cooler for all.

March 2024

Celebrating Women’s Day! Women in slums – More Power to You

Women in slums play multifaceted roles that are essential for the functioning of their communities. Beyond their traditional roles as caregivers and homemakers, women often take on additional responsibilities such as managing household finances, sourcing clean water, and ensuring family health and nutrition. In many cases, they are also active participants in informal economies, engaging in activities like street vending or domestic work to contribute to household income. We salute their resilience and strength!

February 2024

Why is it Important to Improve the Standard of Living in Slums?

It’s high time to address the crucial matter of inadequate infrastructure development for individuals residing in slum communities. These individuals are living in the shadows of the city, deprived of fundamental amenities. They face overcrowded living conditions, access to unsanitary water, inadequate sanitation, and limited access to essential services. This issue goes beyond just a matter of equity; it is about creating a sustainable city and treating all individuals including slum-dwellers with the respect and dignity they deserve. 

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