Water: Save Every Drop
Water: Save Every Drop.
Estimates say that by 2030, if we carry on as we are, the world will only have 60 percent of the water it needs.
Agriculture relies mainly on the water that comes from snow and glacial melt, but with rising temperatures and changing weather patterns, most villages in the area are experiencing severe water shortage.
inRead invented by Teads Since 1980, the average temperature has increased by over 2 degrees with huge impact on the local environment.
Russell Beard travels to Ladakh to join Wangchuck in building an ice stupa and explores how this innovative solution is helping the local community.
Jordan’s Water Wise Women Jordan is going through a severe drought.
Pressure on water supplies is being aggravated by the presence of two million refugees who have fled the conflict in neighbouring Syria.
Groundwater reserves are being depleted at an alarming rate and, on top of that, around 40 percent of the water distributed to homes across the country is lost through illegal wells and faulty pipes.
They are now able to deal themselves with any leakages in their homes and communities, thereby saving water in a more timely manner.
Source: Al Jazeera