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Understanding water scarcity

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Katie Moroney's curator insight, April 8, 2014 1:14 PM

An informative infographic to help you understand the problem of physical and economic water scarcity. 

Sofia Perry's curator insight, April 10, 2014 6:40 PM

Millions of people can't have clean water every day!

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Water Sustainability - Water Supply at Risk | NRDC

Water Sustainability - Water Supply at Risk | NRDC | Wonder of Water | Scoop.it
NRDC: Climate change will have a significant impact on the sustainability of water supplies in the coming decades. Take a look at water supply sustainability overview by state.

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Jayne Godfrey: Managing the world's most precious resource

In the past decade, there has been no issue more important to Australia or the world than the sourcing, protection and distribution of water. Even post-droug...
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The discovery of water changes lives in Kenya - Deutsche Welle

The discovery of water changes lives in Kenya - Deutsche Welle | Wonder of Water | Scoop.it
The discovery of water changes lives in Kenya
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The lack of clean water here causes many people to get sick over and over again. People without access to clean sources drink from holes they dig in the countryside.
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Marine Pollution -- National Geographic

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Learn about the environmental issue of marine pollution and its causes and consequences in this oceans article from National Geographic.
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Water and Development

Did you know that 3,5 Million people die every year due to the lack of clean drinking water and proper water treatment?! 

On January the 1st 2013, the United Nations introduced the International Year of Water Cooperation. The access to clean water is a Human Right. Cutting the number of people without access to safe fresh water is one of the Millennium Development Goals. 

 

See on YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4RL7IQ5fcCw


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