Projects related to Environment and Water Resilience
Leading collection and verification of facility-level emissions data to inform U.S. efforts to slow climate change
Monitoring and evaluating efforts to reduce post-harvest waste in sub-Saharan Africa
WaterFALL modeling supports long-term water resource planning in Latin America
Funding forward-thinking, collaborative, groundbreaking work
Helping China improve air quality through U.S. best practices
Using real-time modeling and visualization to empower specialists to plan for water scarcity
Conservation of endangered species by tackling the illegal wildlife trade
Riverside Technology, which RTI acquired in 2017, has been deeply involved in the day-to-day functioning of the Panama Canal’s reservoir system for the past 20 years.
Since 2000, we have been involved in the Nile River Basin Initiative (NBI), a regional intergovernmental partnership that seeks to develop the Nile in a cooperative manner and promote regional peace, water security, and sharing of socio-economic benefits.
Of Nigeria’s population of nearly 300 million people, 71 million do not have access to clean water and 130 million do not have access to basic sanitation.
If Guatemala continues its current trend of emitting Greenhouse Gas Emissions (GHG) into 2020, emissions would double by 2050, thereby stunting the nation’s economic and social development.
Supporting the Office of U.S. Foreign Disaster Assistance
RTI worked to help Jordan alleviate their water shortages, caused by rapid population growth, poor utility maintenance and accelerated commercial and agricultural activity.