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WATER TRANSFER AND OUR MISSION:
Our mission is to be the best in the world in micro hydro electric and water transfer management: by evolving innovative damless hydroelectric and water transfer technology. We create Today’s Tall Tree Nurseries to support Micro Finance for women farmers and their families using the Carbon Tax Fund, a new form of foreign aid. We export Mechanization for more productive agriculture.
Water shortages may not lead to war, but they most certainly lead to food shortages, increased poverty and the spread of disease– followed by social unrest and violence.
Today, the world faces a crisis that only a handful of experts were even vaguely aware of in 1970: climate disruption.
However, evidence suggests that future adaptation will be different and probably more difficult, as resources near depletion at the global scale.
Unfortunately the world has yet to make sustainable efforts to cope with this impending challenge.
The Shortage of Water: the Water Transfer
There is no question that water is absolutely necessary for human survival. However, over one billion people on Earth already do not have access to a clean water supply. With a growing population, this number will drastically increase, especially as we continue to abuse, pollute, and deplete our current supplies. Water use will increase by 20% between the years 2000 and 2020, and by 2025, 58% of the population is expected to live in countries of low to catastrophic water availability. Even more water will be needed for irrigation as growing regional populations will require increased agricultural production. In the not too distant future, arid lands that are rapidly being developed will not be able to sustain their people or their land use practices.
The warning signs are clear: falling water tables, shrinking rivers and lakes, widespread pollution, creeping desertification. Something must be done about the coming, and present shortage of water that is occurring on a global scale. We all live downstream.
How much money to solve the water crisis?
Most people are taking a serious look at the numbers within the context of the Millennium Development Goal (MDG) to “reduce by half the proportion of people without sustainable access to safe drinking water and basic sanitation by 2015.”
The World Bank offers a range of cost estimates to reach MDG goals. They estimate the cost of reaching “basic levels of coverage…in water and sanitation” to be $9 billion at the low end, and $30 billion a year for “achieving universal coverage” for water and sanitation. Continue reading HUG LOW COST FRESH WATER TRANSFER 2