What is Water Scarcity?Is lack of water to meet the demand( Quantity)or lack of access to safe water. (Quality) Economic Scarcity Physical Scarcity
Economic Scarcity:Developed world finding reliable resource of safe wateris often consuming and expensive.lack of compassion and good governance that allows the condition to persist.Does not have the necessary monetary to utilize an adequate source of water.A unequal distribution of resources. Political and ethnic conflict. etc
Physical Scarcity:Some area lack of water is more profound problem.Physical access to water is limited.The demand outstrips the lands ability to provide the needed water.Happen in dry part of world or arid region.
Health |Life |disease| Agricultural 1 out of every 4 deaths under the age of 5 worldwide is due to a water-related disease.
Health |Life |disease | Agricultural 80% Illness cause by unsafe water and Sanitation condition in world.
Health |Life |disease| Agricultural One quarter of the global population also live in developing countries that face water shortages due to a lack of infrastructure to fetch water from rivers and aquifers.
Health |Life |disease| AgriculturalMore than 10% of peopleworldwide consume foodsirrigated by wastewater thatcan contain chemicals ordisease-causingorganisms..
FOCUS| Lack of unsafe water „Imminent Water Crisis in India‟ Nina Brooks, August 2007 ‘’India currently has the world’s second largest population.’’
Manmade problem Extremely poor management, unclear laws,government corruption, and industrial Human waste have caused this water supply crunch. #Indian government must balance competing demands between rich and poor, the economy and the environment.
REFERENCE| water scarcityhttp://thewaterproject.org/water-in-crisis-india.asphttp://www.unesco.orghttp://www.google.com http://www.who.int/features/factfiles/water/e http://www.arlingtoninstitute.org/wbp/global-water-crisis/606 http://www.africanwater.org/drought_water_scarcity.htm