Wednesday, March 30, 2011
AND THE NEXT THING TO WORRY ABOUT IS…WATER
The announcement deserves a dire drum role, and all of these terrible problems that Corporate Global refuse to address because their profits are more important make me quite relieved that I’m at approaching the end of my allotted span.
“More than one billion urban residents will face serious water shortages by 2050 as climate change worsens effects of urbanization, with Indian cities among the worst hit, a study said Monday. The shortage threatens sanitation in some of the world's fastest-growing cities but also poses risks for wildlife if cities pump in water from outside, said the article in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences. The study found that under current urbanization trends, by mid-century some 993 million city dwellers will live with less than 100 liters (26 gallons) each day of water each -- roughly the amount that fills a personal bathtub -- which authors considered the daily minimum. Adding on the impact of climate change, an additional 100 million people will lack what they need for drinking, cooking, cleaning, bathing and toilet use.” (Click here for more)
Posted by Mick at 3/30/2011 06:55:00 AM