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Created with Fabric.js 1.4.5 Loss of territories - productive land,industries and raw resources 20 litter per person per day for780 million people require 0.1% of global water. Thus it is fair to say insufficient political will and financing is an issue How sustainable is our water use today as of 2010,780 million people-more than 1 in 10 lacked access to a safety water good news! The Millennium Development Goal of having the proportion of the population without access to safe water by 2015 was met in 2010 Drinking Water for All Economic Needs for Water of large dams has climbed from 5,000 to 45,000. dams and reservoirs are now able to hold 26% of annual global runoff. This causes immense changes to the flow of rivers, which result in loss of freshwater life. -anable the desert to bloom -Hydropower facility now generate 16% of the world's electronicity. Groundwater trends northern India is depleting groundwaterat a rate of 54 cubic km per year, which can support 180million people. Move towards sustainability - An effort to use and manage water in ways that reserve or restore rivers,lakes,aquifers, and watersheds.- More people around the world are beginning to address groundwater depletion. --Example-- -Village level farmer groups in India are measuring and monitoring rainfalland aquifer level then collectively developing water budget for their crop production. -Texas has taken steps to slow depletion of the Ogallala Aquifer.
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