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Created with Fabric.js 1.4.5 THE RAPID DECLINE OF THE WATER SUPPLY By 2025, it is predicted that two-thirds of the world's population may face the effects of water scarcity more prominently 9% 4% Manufac-turing Electricity & Gas 7% 67% Agriculture Households 8% HELP PREVENT WATER SCARCITY! - Promote responsible agricultural practices- Boycott irresponsible companies- Learn more about how companies use water - Spread the word! CHINA:INDIA:U.S.: WHAT ARE THE EFFECTS OF WATER SCARCITY? The Canadian GDP following the drought during 2001-2002 fell $5.8 billion.One of Canada's most expensive natural disasters Economic Loss Sanitation Issues Around 3% of thewater available on Earth is freshwater. Water is essential for sustaining life. The absence of water will cause the extinction ofmany species. Neccessary for Life Water supply The Water Crisis & Agriculture Primary Water Users Primary Water Users TOP 3 FRESHWATER CONSUMERS Water accessibility and availability is rapidly declining due to various human factors including mining, agriculture, and water pollution among others. Primarily, immense inefficiencies inirrigation and urban water systems consume largely excessive amounts ofwater. Approx. 1 million cubic meters per year Approx. 1 million cubic meters per year 2% Other Mining 3% Agriculture Water Consumption Approximately, two-thirds is stored in ice and permanent snow. Leaving us with only 1% of the water supply to use. 60% of the water used for irrigation is wasted - via runoffs or evapotranspiration. 60% of the water used for irrigation is wasted - via runoffs or evapotranspiration. Food production intensive countries such as the US, China, India, Pakistan, Australia and Spain have or are reaching their renewablewater limits. By - Vinoy Thomas In poor countries, the only available water is often contaminated with water-borne diseases.Such as cholera, malaria, typhoid , among other infectious diseases.
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