Track: Sustainability and Green Systems
Non-renewable resources are being depleted at a faster rate and consequently can cause a strong asymmetry in marginalized cities and towns, a resource as vital as water is a gift of nature that is not valued as it deserves, and the
lack of it can be a high-risk factor causing serious economic, social, and health problems (UNHCR 2019). That is why the research objective is to design an industrial application model for the capture of atmospheric water, focused
especially on agribusinesses in Mexico City. The design of the model is based on the models of Cloud Seeding (Super and Heimbach 1983) and Fog Trapping (Bautista et al. 2018), applying the analytical mechanics model (Zayas 2019). The main contribution of this research is that the proposal of this model supports the fulfillment of three Sustainable Development Goals of the 2030 Agenda: SDG 2. Zero Hunger; SDG 6. Clean Water and Sanitation and SDG 9. Responsible Consumption and Production.
Cloud Seeding, Fog Sublimation, Atmospheric Water, Agribusiness and Mexico City.