Clean water sustains our communities, health economies, and our ecosystems.
PROVIDE CLEAN WATER FOR ALL
Water scarcity is the lack of fresh water resources to meet the standard water demand for both humans and nature in the specific region. There are two types of water scarcity: physical and economic. Physical water scarcity is where there is not enough clean water to meet the demands from nature and local communities in the area, including that needed for ecosystems to function effectively such as rivers and ponds. Countries such as Central and West Asia, and Africa (mainly North Africa) often suffer from physical water scarcity. Another type is Economic water. Economic water scarcity is the most common due to the daily high demand for fresh, clean water from humans to complete their daily routines. This type of water scarcity is caused by a lack of investment in infrastructures or technology that draws water from rivers, aquifers, and other water sources. Other reasons that play crucial roles in water scarcity are climate change and insufficient human capacity to satisfy the demand for fresh clean water.
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What Do We Do On Our Part
Our unique method to be part and help out the community to solve this issue is one we bring awareness of the issue through the media. We believe that as we progress forward, technology will play a key role in our lives. Promoting awareness through reaching out through local communities can be affected. In order to reach more audience from
outside the communities’ areas, media especially social media such as YouTube and Instagram play a key role to expand the awareness of our cause to reach our current generation and the future generation as they get to see the video from their lifetime. We understand that the effectiveness of this method is limited. So, in order to fully tackle the solution, we must also take actions; that is where our second method comes in. As we play a role in learning more and become an expert of this topic, we will also play a role in doing intensive research in order to help and promote ideas and to develop new alternative scientific technology
to minimize or solve the issue of climate change.
"FLENSE MODEL" PROJECT
Our current project "Flense Model" – is a new innovation project geared to redesigning a new desalination water plant through the process of replacing old energy with clean energy in order to produce fresh clean water. Two main key beneficial points of this design are (1) Affordable Cost; by ensuring the use of affordable yet durable and effective materials to construct and function at a low-cost budget. (2), Environmentally Friendly, by replacing dirty energy with clean energy in order to operate the plant and to prevent further damage to the environment. To learn more about this project, please continue reading the information provided below.
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CHANGING THE WORLD STARTS WITH YOU
Educate and Understand The Topic
The lack of detailed information and knowledge about local groundwater resources remains a major challenge in several countries. Although often relatively expensive, monitoring is a wise investment: identifying problems at an early stage can be highly cost-effective, allowing mitigation measures to be introduced before serious deterioration of the resource takes place.
Groundwater data collected with public funds should be freely accessible.
The oil, gas and mining industries possess a great deal of data, information and knowledge on the composition of the deeper domains underground, including aquifers. As a matter of corporate social responsibility, private companies should share relevant data and information concerning subsurface water-related parameters with the public sector professionals in charge of groundwater management.
In spite of its overall abundance, groundwater remains vulnerable to overexploitation and pollution, both of which can have devastating effects on the resource and its availability. Since groundwater pollution is practically irreversible, it must be avoided. While agricultural pollution is the most prevalent anthropogenic contaminant in groundwater globally, many sources of pollution are ubiquitous in urban and other settlements. Preventing groundwater contamination requires suitable land use and appropriate environmental regulations.
Sanctions and penalties may be stipulated for discharges without a permit or in violation of one, under criminal, civil or administrative law. Enforcement efforts and the prosecution of polluters, however, are often challenging due to groundwater’s invisible nature.
Play Part Of The Role In The Community
In many countries, the general lack of groundwater professionals among the staff of institutions and local and national government, hamper effective groundwater management. The commitment of governments to build, support and maintain institutional capacity related to groundwater is crucial.
It is imperative that governments assume their role as resource custodians in view of the common/public-good aspects of groundwater and ensure that access to groundwater is distributed equitably and that the resource remains available for future generations.
Other Ways You Can Help
Water scarcity is becoming more prominent as the human population increases each year. The United Nations Water (unwater.org) stated that "2.3 billion people live in water-stressed countries, of which 733 million live in high and critically water-stressed countries." Though finding solutions for such a major problem can be difficult and requires an extensive number of hours and resources to fix, we can fix the problem with less finance and resources needed if we act NOW.
With your help with donation, you can support our plan to make it possible to save our planet earth. To learn more how you can help, click the button below.