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Water by Wiebke
Water by Wiebke
Water by Wiebke
Water by Wiebke
Water by Wiebke
Water by Wiebke
Water by Wiebke
Water by Wiebke
Water by Wiebke
Water by Wiebke
Water by Wiebke
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Water by Wiebke

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Globalisation: water

Globalisation: water

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  • 1. Water
  • 2. FACTS
    • 97,4% of the worldwide water amount is salt water (1.348.000.000 km³)
    • 2,0% are ice, glacier and in the atmosphere
    • 0,6% is useful drinking water (8.062.000 km³)
    • - from this the agriculture needs 70%
  • 3. Why is water so valuable?
    • Without Water ...
    • a human can only live 2 days
    • the plants and animals can not grow which means that we would have nothing to eat
    • There would be no clouds, no snow and no rain
    • we could produce hardly anything (no jeans...)
    • We need water to ...
    • produce bread, beer...
    • produce electricity and atomic energy
    • mining copper and iron ore…
  • 4. Water consumption per head
  • 5. water footprint - a mass for the virtual water consumption from a human in a region (virtual water is the water that we need to produce something)
  • 6. virtual water 25 liter 100g potatoes 170 liter 1 glass 0,2 orange juice 2.400 liter 1 (150g) hamburger 13 liter 70g tomato 50 liter 100 g orange 8.000 liter 1pair shoes 200 liter 1 glass 0,2 milk 90 liter 1slice bread 300.000 liter 1 standard car 15.000 liter 1 kg beef 5.000 liter 1 kg rice 4.500 liter 1 kg egg 2.000 liter 1 cotton T-Shirt 1.100 liter 1 kg wheat 750 liter 1 kg paper 140 liter 1cup coffee 35 liter 1cup tea 300 liter 1 l beer
  • 7.  
  • 8. energy distribution hydro power
  • 9. Water the ‘ blue gold ‘
    • Water is, alongside oil, a hard-fought resource
    • Countries with a lot of drinking water are often industrialized and rich countries
  • 10. developing countries normally have unclean drinking water
    • 80% of all infections
    • 30% of all deaths
    • ....are because of unclean water
    • In Germany over 95% of the households are connected to a sewage plant
    developed countries
  • 11. The Human right: water The committee for economic, social and cultural rights of the United Nations established in 2002: ‘ every human being has the right to have enough clean and affordable water’
  • 12. Thank you for listening

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