Our Earth is covered with mountains of water. More than 97 percent of Earth comprises of water. But over 60 percent of population is bearing the brunt of water shortage.
Even those living near oceans and seas (Islands) are facing water scarcity.
Those living near icebergs are also vulnerable to face to shorter supplies of water, in near future.
From North to South and from east to west, the hues and cries of possible droughts’ courtesy of water shortages can be heard.
Thanks to overpopulation and rapid urbanization, the ground water is sinking deep down the earth’s interior.
Agriculture has to expand to equate unprecedented growth of human beings.
One can cross check time and again that overpopulation is the central cause of depletion of fresh water resources.
Rapid urbanization, uncontrolled expansion of Agriculture and industrial revolutions are directly related to “crowd build up”.
Water cannot be generated or created; it can be conserved for sustainable use.
No planning has gone into keep a check on the protection and preservation of Glaciers in extreme north (Arctic) and south (Antarctic).
Forests are being cut down to pave ways for cosmopolitan societies, drinkable water as a result of glacier melt down makes its way into the sea water and gone are the days when the wild goose laid golden eggs.
From African savannah to Asian plateaus to the gigantic and adventurous European destinations, the echo of upcoming water crisis can be heard even from heavens.
Water is what pours down from the skies to make life exist and sustain, live and prosper. Global warming has spoiled the party as rainfall patterns are badly disturbed to support catastrophes, famine and droughts.
Water is the basic and most prime ingredient of life and it has to be conserved by securing the already available resources and by building massive water reservoirs to go along with cuts on carbon emissions to control the nuisance of ozone depletion and the resulting global warming.
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