Itís just around the corner.
Water is one of the prime essentials for life as we know it. The plain fact is - no water, no life! This becomes all the more worrying when we realise that the
worlds supply of drinkable water will soon diminish quite rapidly. In fact a recent report commissioned by the United Nations has emphasised that by the year 2025 at least 66% of the worlds
population will be without an adequate water supply.
As a disaster in the making water shortage ranks in the top category. Without water we are finished, and it is thus imperative that we protect the mechanism
through which we derive our supply of this life giving fluid. Unfortunately the exact opposite is the case. We are doing incalculable damage to the planets capacity to generate water and this
will have far ranging consequences for the not too distant future.
The United Nations has warned that burning of fossil fuels is the prime cause of water shortage. While there may be other reasons such as increased solar
activity it is clear that this is a situation over which we can exert a great deal of control. If not then the future will be very bleak indeed! Already the warning signs are there.
The last year has seen devastating heatwaves in many parts of the world including the USA where the state of Texas experienced its worst drought on record.
Elsewhere in the United States forest fires raged out of control, while other regions of the globe experienced drought conditions that were even more severe. Parts of Iran, Afgahnistan, China
and other neighbouring countries experienced their worst droughts on record. These conditions also extended throughout many parts of Africa and it is clear that if circumstances remain
unchanged we are facing a disaster of epic proportions. Moreover it will be one for which there is no easy answer.
The spectre of a world water shortage evokes a truly frightening scenario. In fact the United Nations warns that disputes over water will become the prime source
in the not too distant future. Where these shortages become ever more acute it could forseeably lead to the brink of nuclear conflict. On a lesser scale water, and the price of it, will acquire an importance somewhat like the current value placed on oil. The difference of course is that while oil is not vital for life, water most certainly is!
It seems clear then that in future years countries rich in water will enjoy an importance that perhaps they do not have today. In these circumstances power
shifts are inevitable, and this will undoubtedly create its own strife and tension.
In the long term the implications do not look encouraging. It is a two edged sword. First the shortage of water, and then the increased stresses this will impose
upon an already stressed world of politics. It means that answers need to be found immediately. Answers that will both ameliorate the damage to the environment, and also find new sources of
water for future consumption. If not, and the problem is left unresolved there will eventually come the day when we shall find ourselves with a nightmare situation for which there will be no
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