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5 Facts About Water that Most People Don’t Know


Most of us already know that without water, we would not be able to survive. More than 40,000 people die from drinking contaminated water and unsafe living conditions? Organizations like Clear Water Carbon Fund help create sustainable infrastructures to help maintain clean water.

Here are five facts about water that most people don’t know.

1. Water is scarce in developing countries


In most developing countries, women and children are forced to spend their time collecting water rather than generating income, attending school or caring for their family. Approximately 2.8 billion people live in areas affected by water shortage. Water scarcity affects not only agricultural productivity but also human health, the growth of commercial and industrial sections as well.

2. More people have access to wireless technology than toilets


Due to the lack of proper sanitary conditions, tons of untreated waste ends up in water sources. The quality of water will become contaminated – ultimately causing death and disease.

3. China, Mexico, and the US are the top bottled water consumers


The US alone drinks an average of 200 bottles of water a year. Almost 18 million barrels of oil are needed to develop those water bottles – approximately 85% of which never gets recycled.

4. Agriculture uses the most water resources


More than 70% of the world’s water source goes to the agricultural sector. In some developing countries, farmers used almost 90% of water. Although water covers more than 75% of the only 3% is fresh.

5. Climate change is predicted to affect water resources


An anticipated variation of rainfall and temperature will affect water availability and increase the severity of droughts and floods. Climate change will also disrupt the ecosystems that maintain water supply.

Bottom Line

We need more technological innovations to reduce water scarcity. With the brutal realities of water shortage around the world, more and more people must commit to ensuring clean water for a sustainable future.


How Can NGOs Contribute to the Development of Local Communities?


A Non-Governmental Organization (NGO) is a non-profit organization separated from the government. They receive their funding from donations and volunteers. NGOs are groups of diverse organizations take part in different activities in every region of the world. There is a wide variety of roles that NGOs play regarding of helping the local community.

So, how can NGOs contribute to the development of the local community? Here’s how:

Facilitate Communication

NGOs use personal methods of communication to gain the trust of the local community. The also take part in the feasibility of their projects as the primary job of their role is to communicate with the policy-makers of the government, which is where they learn more about the lives, skills, culture, and attitudes of the local community.

Develop and Operate Infrastructure

Organizations based in the community work to cooperate, acquire, subdivide and develop spaces, build housing, provide, operate and maintain forms of support. NGOs also produce the supply of building materials. In most cases, they ask for technical assistance from higher-level NGOs or governmental agencies.

Support Demonstration Projects and Innovation

NGOs have the higher advantage of choosing particular areas for innovative projects. Their support helps overcome many of the shortcomings that local governments face.

Advocate for the Poor

In many cases, NGOs become spokespeople for the poor in an attempt to influence government aid on their behalf. NGOs speak through a variety of means from pilot projects and demonstrations to public forum participation.

Research, Monitor, and Evaluate

Activities must be reported and shared with the public to ensure effective monitoring to share the results with the community and project staff.

NGOs work to develop projects and training activities with both formal and non-formal education. Additionally, non-governmental organizations are widely engaged in training teachers, principals and strengthening the associations within the school.


3 Reasons Why Planting Trees is So Important


Why are planting trees so important? According to the environmental protection agencies, if we want to save our planet from destroying itself, we must plant more trees. Not only will trees remove harmful chemicals from the soil, but it will help reduce the greenhouses that lead to higher environmental footprints.

Here are 3 Reasons Why Planting Trees is So Important:

1. Trees Produce Oxygen

Let’s face it – without oxygen, we would cease to exist. A mature tree produces more oxygen in a season than ten people breath in a year. Many of us don’t realize or fully understand that the forest works as a large filter to clean the air we breathe.

2. Trees Clean the Soil & Air

Phytoremediation is the absorption of dangerous toxins and chemicals that enter the soil. Trees work to either store or change the harmful pollutants into less harmful forms. They filter sewage and chemicals, clean oil spills, reduce the effects of dangerous animal wastes and clean the water.

Trees also clean the air by intercepting harmful airborne particles, absorbing pollutants such as sulfur dioxide, carbon monoxide, and nitrogen dioxide. Trees work to lower air temperatures by retaining particulates and respiration.

3. Trees Help Mitigate the Effects of Weather

With the adverse effects of climate change around the world, people are witnessing the consequences of habitat change, drought, and ice melt. Trees can help diverse the effects of severe weather. They hold the soil to prevent flash floods and downpours. The shade from trees decreases the effects of heat waves as trees usually survive droughts better than plants. They also absorb carbon to prevent excessive climate change while provided food and shelter for species.

Bottom Line

Grab a shovel and start digging. There are not enough trees to completely offset the changes of global warming. We can reduce this by planting more trees.