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Water crisis n3.5

  1. 1. The reasons & effectsof Water crisis BY Phoebe Li
  2. 2. Water crisis
  3. 3. 1.Nowadays water resource situation2.The causes of water crisis3.The effects of water crisis4.A video resource5.Conclusion Catalogue
  4. 4. 80% of the worlds population (5.6 billion in 2011) live in areaswith threats to water security.1 out of every 4 deaths under the age of five is due to water-borne diseases.1.1 billion people do not have access to safe clean water. Water resource situation
  5. 5. natural reasonscauses nurturant reasons The causes of water crisis
  6. 6. Natural reasons:1.The amount of available fresh water is small2.Gloabel warming extreme rainfall drought/waste water The causes of water crisis
  7. 7. Nurturant reasons 1 2 3population Deforestation pollution The causes of water crisis
  8. 8. agricultureeffects industry human lives The effects of water crisis
  9. 9. Agriculture:1.agriculture is the largest single user of fresh water(75% of current human use)2.Less water, less harvest .3.People suffer from starve. The effects of water crisis
  10. 10. Industry:1.The limited water cannot meet the requirement.1.Improving the efficiency of water usage. The effects of water crisis
  11. 11. Human lives:1.The serious situations( Introduced in the beginning of thepresentation.)2. The next world war would not be for land, norfor oil, but for water. The effects of water crisis
  12. 12. Thelink:http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BkNY78B2JioThis video stimulates me to write the paper ofwater crisis.Also, it’s a good conclusion of my topic. A video resource
  13. 13. 1. In conclusion, the water crisis shaped by the natural and nurturant causes and it has destructive effects on the agriculture, industry and human lives.2. Never be what Benjamin Franklin said "When the wells dry, we know the worth of water." conclusion
  14. 14. References:Environment Canada.(2010,November 30).Water pollution. Retrieved from:http://www.ec.gc.ca/eau-water/default.asp?lang=En&n=E86BC86A-1Franklin .B.(1746).Poor Richards Almanac. Retrieved from:http://www.ozh2o.com/h2quotes.htmlGorbachev .M.(2000, October-November). The real crisis is not oil. Magazine ofthe US Library of Congress conclusion
  15. 15. Hussain .A.(2009,March 26). Water Crisis-The next world war. Retrieved from:http://www.articlesbase.com/environment-articles/water-crisisthe-next-world-war-836082.htmlKerry .K.(2010, October 15). Why Its Clear There is a Worldwide Water Crisis.Retrieved from: http://news.change.org/authors/john-kerry-2Njugna .B.(2010,November 27).Causes of Water Crisis, its Effects and How toSolve the Problem. Retrieved from: http://suite101.com/article/causes-of-water-crisis-its-effects-and-how-to-solve-the-problem-a313786Pacific Institute & United Nations Global Compact. (2009,May). Climate Changeand the Global Water Crisis: What Businesses Need to Know and Do. P3-4 conclusion
  16. 16. Raes .D. & Geerts .S.& Vandersypen .K.(2008) More food, less water.P2-3.Ramesh .M.(2009, April 21). The Imminent Global Water Crisis: Industry’s Role inOur Water Future. Retrieved from:http://www.ccrhq.org/userfiles/file/publications/am09/Ramesh.pdfStolton.S. &Dudley.N.(2007). Managing forests for cleaner water for urbanpopulations. Retrieved from:http://www.fao.org/docrep/010/a1598e/a1598e10.htmWallace.J.S.(2000,December). Agriculture, Ecosystems & Environment. Volume82, Issues 1–3 ,Pages 105–119.Elsevier B.V.Wikipedia.(2012,August 4) World population. Retrieved from:http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/World_population conclusion
  17. 17. Thanks for watching