My nets capture water from the clouds

Carlos Espinosa

Chile, Peru / Antofagasta
Innovation : Marketed / Broadcasted
It’s the purest freshwater in the world, moving in clouds a few hundred metres above the sea. Carlos captures it in the high-mountain deserts of the Andes.
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Carlos is a fascinating man who despite having the unconditional support of Unesco fought like a lion against the Pinochet regime to bring his project to fruition. His story is a great book waiting to be written.
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Actualités du pionnier

When technology turns into art

25 February 2015
It’s the purest freshwater in the world, moving in clouds a few hundred metres above the sea. Carlos captures it in the high-mountain deserts of the Andes.

Atrapaniebla: a heavenly brew

28 January 2015
Marco and Miguel Carcuro are producing a one-of-a-kind craft beer from the region of Coquimbo, Chile. It is made with water that has been harvested from clouds or fog using a water trap developed by our pioneer Carlos Espinosa.