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  • The Shortage Of Water Shortage

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    helps Kuwait save water, since people in the country having high education have the idea that water is precious for them and save water as possible as they can avoiding to waste. Furthermore, this policy enhances the chance of cultivating high-tech talents who can research and develop new techniques to relieve or solve water shortage. The Kuwait Institute for Scientific Research, founded in 1967 at Safat, promotes and conducts scientific research in the fields of food resources, water resources, oil

  • Is There A Water Shortage?

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    ever wondered how much of the Earth’s water is drinkable? Well, the surface of the Earth is made up of 70% water. 97% of that water is saline, meaning salt water, which is found in oceans and seas. The last 3% is freshwater which humans need to survive and that number is going down. In the U.S., droughts, floods, and climate changes are rapidly going up. It is suggested that by the next 10 years one of many regions in the U.S. is going to face a water shortage. Over the last four years, Californians

  • Water Scarcity Of Water Shortage

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    Water Scarcity Maria Luna Arizona State University Planet earth is made up of seventy percent of water and thirty percent of territorial land. Of that seventy percent, ninety-seven percent is salt water, meaning only three percent is drinkable water. Accounting for that three percent, only one percent is surface water; the other two percent is ground water. Most of the surface water is unusable due to agriculture runoff; industrial trash is a great deal of surface water that has been

  • Water Scarcity Is A Shortage Of Water

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    “The most severe threat we face today is a shortage of water”, a statement that sounds too absurd to be believed, but is it? How can we run out of water? Earth, is titled the “Blue Planet” due to the high water level presence on its surface. However 97.5% of that water is salt seawater that is unusable by people or in day-to-day tasks (International Desalination Association, 2015). Earth is running out of fresh water and offers only 0.26% of fresh water resources to utilize and suffice peoples’ needs

  • Water Shortage Of Water Pollution

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    face today is a shortage of water”, a statement that sounds too absurd to be believed, but is it? How can we run out of water? Even though almost 70% of the earth is covered in water, unfortunately only 3% of it is usable. According to the World Water Forum (WWF), 1.1 billion people don’t have access to clean water and 2.7 billion people suffer from water shortages with the number increasing year by year. This occurs because of a combination of over-farming and the pollution of water sources, which

  • Water Problem Of Water Shortage

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    Water is origin of life. Early life was started from the ocean. It builds up human tissue and keep body function works normally. Along with development of technologies, water also plays an essential role in the progress of civilization. For example, Watt invented steam engine so that we could be introduced into the industrial age, water is used to cool machines, water is a irreplaceable formula in lots of industrial materials, and so on. Thus, It is necessary condition of life existence and economic

  • Water Shortages and Desalinisation

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    The Problem: Water Shortages As the world continues to grow the need for fresh water continues to rising. The current demand for water is ever increasing. In the many places in the world clean drinking water is taken for granted. In other arid places in the world water is a scarce resource. Fresh water sources around the world are being put under intense strains. Fossil water in aquifers are being over pumped. In many cases aquifers may need thousands of years to replenish their reserves.

  • The Shortage Of Water For California

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    has fallen below average since then. Droughts occur because the quantity demanded of water does not meet the quantity supplied which leads to a shortage. The drought has impacted not only everyone in the state, but also the ecosystem. While there are many reasons why there is a shortage of water in California; today I will touch on three of them, the lack of precipitation, increase in population, and wasteful water use. In my research I will report on these three reasons and look at possible solutions

  • Water Shortage In Canada

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    government’s focus on granting constant and improved access of water to Indigenous peoples will improve the population’s health. most aboriginal communities in Canada are located far from the cities and close to the North, which is the main cause for high prices due to transportation difficulties such as long distances and snowy roads. Because of this, water bottles in those communities have giant prices “14.28$ for a case of 12 500 ml water bottles at the grocery store” (Harper 95). Considering the

  • Water Shortage Of Clean And Drinking Water

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    fracturing when pressurized water is used to crack the formation containing the unconventional oil and gas a lot of water is consumed in breaking that formation and getting the access to the hidden oil and gas resources. The clean water consumption in the process of fracturing is very much which can result in shortage of clean and drinking water. The shortage of clean and drinking water can result in water drought. All the living creatures need water for their survival. The shortage or abundance of clean