The water as the greatest Geopolitical conflict of the XXI century
Introduction <ul><li>CAUSES:
Distribution of the Water
Consumption of the Water
Make business with the Water </li></ul><ul><li>CONFLICTS:
The Cochabamba  Conflict
Posible Conflicts between Turkey, Syria and Iraq
Posible Conflicts between Ethiopia, Sudan and Egypt </li></ul>
Distribution of the Water <ul><li>71 % of the surface of the ground </li></ul>is covered by water. <ul><li>Only 2.5 % is a...
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20091106 Grupo 12 Conflictos Agua

  1. 1. The water as the greatest Geopolitical conflict of the XXI century
  2. 2. Introduction <ul><li>CAUSES:
  3. 3. Distribution of the Water
  4. 4. Consumption of the Water
  5. 5. Make business with the Water </li></ul><ul><li>CONFLICTS:
  6. 6. The Cochabamba Conflict
  7. 7. Posible Conflicts between Turkey, Syria and Iraq
  8. 8. Posible Conflicts between Ethiopia, Sudan and Egypt </li></ul>
  9. 9. Distribution of the Water <ul><li>71 % of the surface of the ground </li></ul>is covered by water. <ul><li>Only 2.5 % is a fresh water.
  10. 10. And of this fresh water, only 33%
  11. 11. flows. </li></ul>
  12. 12. Consumption of the Water <ul><li>The agriculture consumes 67%
  13. 13. The industry uses
  14. 14. 20 %
  15. 15. The domestic uses
  16. 16. 10 % </li></ul>
  17. 17. Make a business with the Water <ul><li>Bechtel and Monsanto,think about </li></ul>how to privatize and control the water in several countries. Bechtel took control of the water system in Cochabamba, the access to the water diminished and price they raised 40 %
  18. 18. The Cochabamba (Bolivia) Conflict <ul><li>The commercialization of it has a date of -2001.
  19. 19. Governments give the market of it to the big corporations.
  20. 20. In 2000, there was &quot;war of the water&quot;.
  21. 21. The State had given the authorization to handle the water system to Bechtel Corporation.
  22. 22. The exploded not stop until the company left Bolivia. </li></ul>
  23. 23. Posible Conflicts between Turkey, Syria and Iraq <ul><li>Turkey that possesses the sources of both and who in fact controls the wealth -Syria and Iraq. </li></ul>
  24. 24. Posible Conflicts between Ethiopia, Sudan and Egypt <ul><li>The Nile: water dispute Ethiopia, Sudan and Egypt.
  25. 25. The source and 85 % of the waters are in Ethiopia.
  26. 26. There is a bilateral agreement between Sudan and Egypt. </li></ul>EGYPT SUDAN ETHIOPIA NILE
  27. 27. <ul><li>Water is completely necessary for
  28. 28. subsistence and economic development.
  29. 29. Water is a other possbile motive of wars.
  30. 30. It is possible that in the year 2025 the water demand will be
  31. 31. 56% superior to the supply. </li></ul>CONCLUSION
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