Furthermore, the author also reiterates that the government can be more helpful in abolishing the problems with dirty water and diseases from such by being able to improve educational programs at schools.In fact, all that is needed to be accomplished by the government is to repair and build different infrastructure to keep water clean and to ensure its safe delivery to different households.Lack of financial resources leads into having water without proper sanitation, and inevitably leads diseases and even to 1.8 million child deaths recorded annually for children who die of diarrhea basically because of drinking dirty water.According to Hughes (2010), the task of removing the evident water poverty is not at all that too hard to be addres...
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The United Nations World Water Development Report 2, 2006^ “Public Services”, Gapminder video^ Fredrik Segerfeldt (2005), “Private Water Saves Lives”, Financial Times 25 August^ David Zetland, “Running Out of Water”^ David Zetland, “Water Crisis”^ WHO/UNICEF Joint Monitoring Programme for Water Supply and Sanitation (2008), Progress in Drinking-water .The industry has become cautious of the wasteful use of water and realized the recycling process as an integrated concept while planning water use..India is the wettest place in the world which receives an annual rainfall of about 15,000 mm and yet the village often faces drinking water shortage because of widespread deforestation resulting in drying up of water sources soon after rainin...
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The waste from livestock farms emits hydrogen sulfide, methane, nitrous oxide and ammonia which pollute the air.In November of 2006, the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations released a report that aims to assess the full impact of the livestock sector on environmental problems.Surrounding waterways become polluted by the excrement waste that contaminates the soil and eventually the water.Also deforestation is a result of ranchers and breeders making more room for farms and feed crops to sustain the animals.official Dr. Harding stated that the meat industry is “one of the most significant contributors to today’s most serious environmental problems” and that “urgent action is requires to remedy the situation (Steinfeld e...
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An optimized process of blood collections which can reduce costs of that process by 10% will show significant improvement of the cost of blood product.This operates on a Outdate / Shortage ratio of 1.0 (equal number of shortages and outdates).(Jennings, 1973)- Cooperation between is successful in outdate and shortage management is a good choice.Also, this service level can be improved by agreeing on a Vendor Managed Inventory with the hospitals.The other issue is cost of blood product management, through optimizing the process which requires most logistics – blood collections.
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Western Europe was greatly affected by an obsession with death and disease and caused a pessimism that lasted even after the plague had been over for years.Cotemporary physicians cannot explain the plague either and view it to be a catastrophe with no explanation and no defense.Some believed a temperate life would be a remedy others gave into their passions; however others still chose flight and seclusion as the best medicine.An extreme remedy believed by flagellants consisted of beating one’s self and that would bring on a divine intervention.Many people believed a remedy was to wear an aromatic amulet.
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They are many types of possible remedy methods for the skilled labour shortage problem.Due to the shortage of skilled labour, the contractor may employ the unskilled labours in order for them to continue the works on site.Razali A. Kadir, Azizah Salim and Ernawati stated that, shortage of skilled labour is one of the factors causing delay of building construction project in Malaysia Since skilled labour is one of the important resources that required for the construction industry, therefore lack of them will definitely lead to the slow down of development and construction progress.Illegal workers will be detained by Malaysia immigration officials and thus lead to delays in construction due to shortage of labour.Retaining the older skille...
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Additionally, the warm water forces indigenous water species to seek cooler water in other areas, causing an ecological damaging shift of the affected area.c)Contaminated drinking water will be the most serious effect of water pollution.When theses acid rain falls it damages trees and causes solid and water bodies to acidify, making the water unsuitable for fish and other wildlife.Oil being in soluble in water forms a thick sludge in the water and suffocates fish, marine birds and also blocks light as a result hamper the process of photosynthesis.Water pollution can also make water unsuited for the desired use.
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Lack of effective coordination and cooperation among water agencies has led to fragmented water resource institutions which prevent effective management of water resources.Much of the water use inefficiency and the current water scarcity in China can be attributed to an underdeveloped system of water rights.One main effect of water shortage is that it causes regional conflicts for water resources.One cause of water shortage is mismanagement of water resources, and one cause of water degradation is pollution.These irresponsible behaviors waste a large amount of limited water resources, because less irrigation could yield similar productivity (Fan et al., 2012).Therefore, improper management of water causes the shortage of water.
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Globescan (2000 cited in Leiserowitz 2007, p.29) adds that on rating the seriousness of eight environmental issues, water resources ranks first and the results of a survey of 34 countries “demonstrate very high levels of public concern about a wide range of environmental issues, from local problems like water and air pollution to global problems like ozone depletion and climate change”.The undergraduates themselves and the academic society in general would benefit from the findings which will indicate the priority level tertiary level students give to this question of adaptation in the field of water resources.Consequent floods and droughts as well as rises in sea level are affecting water quality and aggravating water pollution.Their ra...
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As a result of over population, China is experiencing shortage of clean water with the problem being aggravated by tons of sewages that are dumped into rivers, making the water unhygienic for drinking.Lynch, David J.Chinese facing shortage of wives .Such resources include; clean water, food, shelter, infrastructural systems, education, medical facilities, and clean air, fuel and employment opportunities.March 2008. .
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Government should take these extreme measures if and only if it results in a major loss or causes health hazards to its citizens.If the government and the lawmakers themselves stop following the rules, then it is foolish to expect the civil society to maintain law and order in the society as the saying goes ” As the ruler, so the ruled”.Coming to the case of Bayer, Canada and the US were facing shortage of the ‘Cipra’ drug and Bayer should have let their profits go and helped the governments by providing the drug.(b) Remedies.— In a suit described in subsection (a) for a violation described in that subsection, remedies (including remedies both at law and in equity) are available for the violation to the same extent as such remedies are a...
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Moreover, it must be understood that increased costs of providing water, leads to adverse water shortage, since few people can only afford it.There are a number of causes behind increased water shortage and pollutions; however below are some of the most substantial causes.This will ensure that water shortage is cut down, by some extent, since unequal distribution of water normally leads to this menace.When water becomes scarce due to the aforementioned causes, the public will be forced to brace themselves for tough water prices.Moreover, business and residential developments in these cities and towns puts a lot of pressure on water ecosystems, which in return does nothing but escalates water shortage levels.
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It is designed to store 5.88 MAF water and also used for power generation.The costly machinery amounted US $9 million is now functionless due to (rust) delay in the construction of Kala Bagh Dam, Some scientists predicted that in next 10year world has to face the water shortage also.Please contact Public Relations Officer (PRO), Water and Power Development Authority (WAPDA), Tarbela (Tel: 051-568941-2).Power produced by the turbine depends on quantity of water flowing/minute and the head of water available.In case of Dams the water flow is restricted by the making a huge storage device and the head of water is increased, the water then is allows to flow by means of gates and pass through the turbine, the head of reservoir level is mainta...
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Since water infrastructure and resource has generally remained constant over the years, population growth rate strains the water resource and creates a shortage in drinking water for populations across the world.Water pollution occurs through discharging waste into water sources while contamination of ground water sources occurs after the use of certain chemicals including fertilizers which contaminate ground water after use, making such water toxic to humans.Harvesting of water is a form of water conservation and it ensures that there is minimal water wastage.Water wastage through simple measures, such as letting water run when not in use or using excess water to perform various household functions, is very effective in conserving the w...
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Wide and inefficient use of water resources can lead to irreversible consequences, such as water shortage.To begin with, water shortage has become a global problem in recent years.Moreover, in this essay I am going to propose and select possible solutions for tackling problems caused by water shortage in specific world region as the North and the North-West China.However, the problem of water shortage is rather different in both developed and developing countries.This essay will firstly discuss the problem of water shortage on examples of developed and developing countries and include the diversification of the same issue in the different parts of the world.
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Neglect of water catchment areas through deforestation and mining has also caused water shortage.Even developed countries in deserts have water because they invest in water conservation and treatment.However, most agencies dealing with water supply and management are trying to explore alternative water sources such as ground and rainwater, among others.“Water Shortage!” theeconomiccollapseblog.com.Another activity that takes place is effective use of water (“Water Shortage!” 1).
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Secondly, shortage of clean water also causes some big problems to the environment.There are three main causes of clean water scarcity in the world: the weakness in industrial wastewater management that cause water pollution, the using of water in the unreasonable ways and the lack of civic awareness.When water price is increased, citizens will reduce their usage of water themselves.In fact, it’s clear that the water shortage will cause other social problems such as food scarcity, uprising, diseasesâ€¦ “More than 3.4 million people die each year from water, sanitation, and hygiene-related causes.When the demand for clean water of fauna and flora increase, the amount of water exist in their habitats will be no longer enough so they will d...
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Needless to say, the next step of water shortage will be food shortage.Water conflicts are another cost of water shortage.One way of doing this is to extract more water from original water resources.Water price goes up as a result of water scarcity.For instance, in Canada, water shortage causes lower lake levels.
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The first is whether Lee-Ann can get a remedy for the abstraction of water of the underground stream that feeds her lake. (1859) 7 HL Cas 349. . Supra note 1 at 73. . [1895-1899] All ER Rep 984. .Here, there are two issues requiring remedies: the disturbances from the neon sign, movement of club patrons and the noise and the unsavoury people that the club attracts because of the nature of the business.
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It can be an effective ways to increase consciousness among all people from all walks of life regarding the shortage of water and what people have to face in the future if the uncontrolled water usage is not stopped.One of the causes that result in water rationing is the growing water shortage in the growing demand resulting from the population increase.A raw water quality based raw water tariff should also be in place to ensure the governments are receiving income by safe guarding the water catchment areas to secure raw water resources.Supply may actually be sufficient in certain place but in some places with irresponsible user, the water is water at an uncontrolled level which led to nowhere to find fresh water.Water rationing means th...
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(September 1972).References .Annals of Internal Medicine .The Real Environmental Crisis: Why Poverty, not Affluence, Is the Environment’s Number One Enemy.In poor nations, basic requirement like food, water and shelter are difficult to fulfill.
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The inhumane methods of treatment caused the injured soldiers a great deal of agony.In the pressing times of a shortage, bandages were to be removed from deceased patients, given an infantile rinse, and positioned onto the next injured solider.By then infection, blood poisoning, or disease would have already started to weaken and/or kill the poor soldier.They would wear blood splattered clothes, and would ‘clean’ their surgical utensils with little more than a swipe on their apron, or a rinse in bloody water.It is a travesty and misfortune that surgeons and doctors during the Civil War had not yet comprehended the importance of sanitation or sterility in their medical knowledge.
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The causes of not protecting will be very dire because, water like most things on this planet isn’t endless.We must conserve the drops of precious water we have and protect it, because at the end of the day we can’t afford not to protect it.With so much water around us, how can 1.1 billion people still lack access to clean water (Cooper, Water Shortages)?Water is the most important resource on our planet.In the analysis of the water countless amounts of harmful bacteria were found among them; Salmonella Typhi which causes Typhoid fever in men, B subtilis which can contaminate wounds and, Clostridium perfringens the main bacteria behind gangrene and food poisoning (KUMAR 8).These harmful bacteria have claimed numerous lives and yet the ri...
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Davidson, Kavitha.“Annual Buildup of Air Pollution Chokes Tehran.” The New York Times.Erdbrink, Thomas.In 2010, the governor of Tehran ordered crop-dusters to dump water on the smog to clear the pollution.The New York Times, 07 Jan. 2013.
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Water shortage in a community can bring about problems related to sanitation and health.Garbage and sewage, if left untreated, can pollute the water supply.Water Shortage .Water shortage is evident when people have to walk a long way to get water, or when they have to queue up to get it.They get their water from springs, rivers, wells and rain.
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Water can be pre-heated by converging sun rays on tanks made of metals/alloys that can easily absorb the heat.It usually refers to the shortage of oil and additionally to electricity or other natural resources.Pakistan is facing power shortage, natural crisis and oil crisis.Pakistan is facing 80 millions tons of oil shortage according to it’s need.But Pakistan has not enough dams or water to generate electricity.
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As an example, one barrel of crude oil can make one million barrels of water undrinkable and make hectares of land and water bodies useless.Due to oil spillage, many water ways, land and marine systems in the region have been badly polluted and residents have been badly affected by enviro .As crude oil creates anaerobic condition in the soil, coupled to water logging and acidic metabolites, Onwurah et al (2007) stated that the result is high accumulation of aluminum and manganese ions, which are toxic to plant growth.Also the runoff from oil spill impacted site usually degrade the quality of the fresh water source which serves the domestic rural water supply needs of the host communities.Without fertile soil and good water, indigenous co...
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Oil Rich But Water Scarce UAE in Grave Danger of Losing It’s Water Resources in Just 50 Years.The rapid population growth of the country increases the stress on the water resources by increasing the production of desalinated water which results costly and decreases the production of ground water.Steps have also been taken by the national water resource management to improve and develop the implementation of the water management policies.In order to meet this high demand, water desalination plants and waste water treatment projects were set up in many parts of the country.The Arab Water Academy (AWA) had been a key initiator in Abu Dhabi which was established with the target of addressing the problem of water scarcity in the UAE and neigh...
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level of water quality would not be met.(i.e., Moon Lake’s Water Quality) .Price controls enforced on an otherwise proficient and competitive market create imbalances (shortage or surplus) which leadineffectiveness.When DD>SS, the ceiling is a binding constraint on the price and causes a shortages.On the other hand, there might be some underground business causes products are expensive.
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It makes the water dirty and people are catching many kinds of diseases from drinking this water.First, Resources Shortages are food, water, oil and gas, and forest.According to biocab.org, “If the world population continues growing at an average of three children by couple, the global population for 2050 will be of 10.5 billion inhabitants, from whom 7.7 billion will suffer for extreme poverty, lack of fresh water, hunger, illnesses, etc.” Other than that, we were talking about how to explain overpopulation with better training, sex instruction, and tax breaks.It causes many people for undernutrition and starvation.For this result, overpopulation causes a variety of other problems like Resource Shortages, Over Crowding, Personal Freedom...
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