Water: inexhaustibility or exhaustibility


There are huge considerations made in relation to water scarcity in consequence of thinking that it is an inexhaustible good. It is an essential resource for different human activities in particular and for human life in general. Although there are considerations that understand that the natural cycle of water promotes its recovery, is actually not what it seems, this if we take into account the factors that interfere in the hydrological cycle.
The lack of water carries the effects of drought, which has many faces depending on the optics of the beholder. The most common is dry climate that culminated in the dry land (e.g. Horn of Africa) and consequently the social drought. Every day there are several example of leaky and carelessness in the management of water, such as brushing the teeth with the open tap, washing streets and sidewalks with water under pressure, without regard to the rationalization and conservation of natural resources and eco-efficient environment. It is urgent that this interrelation is optimized, assimilated and incorporated into the practice of daily consumption of each citizen.
Even in regions where there are no problems of water supply, at certain times of year there is always some common conflicts during this period of water scarcity in productive activities, which may be result of adverse weather conditions. The solution to avoid a possible conflict between the users and uses of water is in the management of this resource, starting with the rationalization of consumption, both in agriculture practices and in industries.
It is believed that the impairment of water quality can derail the treatment of water in the technical and financial terms. Several farmers work practices are based on highly toxic products; this can pose great dangers to the environment, human health and ecosystem.

The environment has a tripartite formation: soil, water and air. These means interact together, meaning that the waste disposed in the soil will contaminate water supplies and air in the future.
Replacement will be paramount to this vision based on sustainability, rationalization and sole risk for environmental protection and improvement of the quality of human life without compromising future generations.


One Response to “Water: inexhaustibility or exhaustibility”

  1. ngoziokei Says:

    Water is one of the essential basic human need in life. Without water, no one can survive. a privileged service that you can only access if you can afford it.
    “Everyone has the right to a standard of living adequate for the health and well-being of himself and of his family, including food, clothing, housing and medical care and necessary social services, and the right to security in the event of … circumstances beyond his control.”

    — Universal Declaration of Human Rights, United Nations, December 10

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