The San Diego Chapter is interested in adding to your idea, but we have a few questions:
- If people struggle to see the value of clean water (cable>water), what is the incentive for people to seek clean water? If water is not valued, would clean water be enough of an incentive to influence purchase decision between cable/mobile providers?
- Why do people value cable or phones over clean water? Can you supply any info on the research you have conducted?
- Do you have any insight into the religious, social or political factors that play a part in how citizens prioritize paying for cable but not paying for clean water?
- In regards to your subscription model, what is the value to the companies to supply water?Also, if a company did agree to the model, how would the water be distributed?
- Are there any religious, social or political barriers that would block implementation?
Any insight or additional research would be awesome and could help us add to this idea!