Maro Rossou, Research project, Mexico

The application of participatory methods to co-develop sustainable solutions for domestic hot water and filtration of grey water – Promotion of effective participation of an indigenous school in Mexico

This research project, carried out by Sustainable Energy Technology graduate student Maro Rossou, focuses on understanding the importance of community participation in the development and implementation of novel technologies in indigenous Mexican communities. The fieldwork for this project was carried out in central Mexico as part of a larger project coordinated by GreenID, a company committed to sustainable development. The findings of this research show that community participation provides valuable input for sustainable development projects, in particular when assessing the needs of the community.