CeSus provides key theoretical and practical tools for the planning, development and implementation of strategies, projects and public policies that guarantee the care of the environment and the promotion of sustainable local development.
It organizes training and develops projects for the construction of new sustainable and regenerative development models: from training in renewable energy and energy efficiency, to comprehensive waste management and circular economy approaches.
It has an outstanding team of professionals at a national and international level, guaranteeing a level of excellence in the training of participants.
To find out the agenda and specific activities that we organize from the Center, we invite you to visit cesus.org
Water is essential for life and sustainable community development. From the Argentine Club of Rome, we work to improve the quality of life of rural or peripheral communities without access to water and basic sanitation, articulating with public and private actors projects that have the beneficiary communities as protagonists.
Since 2008, we have carried out access works in 13 communities and rural schools, located in the provinces of Chaco, Salta, Santiago del Estero and Misiones, where we have installed surface water pumping mills with pipelines, rainwater harvesting cisterns with improved catchment areas, elevated storage tanks, water filtering systems and piston pumps. The works were accompanied by community training workshops, with the aim of providing tools for the operation, maintenance and reproduction of the technologies used.