Water is just so important.
The following text has been taken with permission from the Global Environment Facility (http://www.thegef.org/gef/) publication on ‘Global security’ and GEF Action on Water, Environment and Sustainable Livelihoods. They are shared in the hopes of raising awareness of the problems we have about water. They are the opinions and views of GEF and sharing them here does not mean that Oceans Project Georgia endorses them or has any affiliation with GEF. We just found them interesting and wished to share them with readers of our blog.
Available in PDF format here: http://www.thegef.org/gef/sites/thegef.org/files/publication/GEF_IWSecurity%20lw.pdf
Water is the lifeblood of our planet; it is indispensable for life and critical for economic development. Yet the way we currently use water resources lies at the very heart of growing conflicts over our food, our energy supplies and protecting our livelihoods.
We are living in a period of rapid global change that is creating even more stress on…
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