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    Sao Paulo Water Crisis

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    country’s largest population was facing its greatest water crisis. Sao Paulo’s worst water shortage since 1930 in consequence of severe drought. It has been the driest on record for the past two rainy seasons. Climate change, deforestation and reduced rainfall are the reasons for the shortage of water. Why Sao Paulo is drying out? The planet is suffering the consequences of CO2 emissions due to anthropogenic activities. Drought and bad management are the main reasons for Sao Paulo’s water crisis. There is no infrastructure; the cities are left unable to exploit the water sources right under their feet. Scientists predict that the city is likely to face even greater catastrophes due to future population growth.…

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    1. Hi my name is Taylor and I chose to study the serve water crisis happening in California. This water crisis has a start date of 2012 but in reality has been going on for much longer than that. 2. The drought in California isn’t just a natural disaster but is also a man made one in another critical sense by capitalist governments largely beholden to giant energy cooperation 's refusal to seriously address the issue. Since the states founding in 1850 water policies have never been carried…

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    Water Crisis Reflection

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    class went on, I was also surprised to know that we would have class outside due to the instructor not bringing a key. I instantly thought the instructor was a bit odd but otherwise a cool guy. However, when I found out the subject of the semester would be about the California water crisis, I immediately became uninterested. The water crisis is something that should be addressed and considered, which I agreed upon, however, I did not expect the course to focus entirely on this subject.…

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    Water Crisis Essay

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    exhaustion rates are increasing as farmers produce more food for a growing population (Otterpohl 3). Energy and water resources are depleting…

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    and postcards are from the effects of transferring water from thousands of miles away. Because of this, California has achieved the false appearance of looking very lush and vibrant. The epidemic of the drought and usage of water has been a topic in many articles, both online and in print, however, not many people consider doing anything about it. In the article, “Forbes: Moby Calling Upon California Governor For Water Reform,” a man named Moby…

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    The Flint Water Crisis

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    The Flint water crisis is a drinking water contamination issue in Flint, Michigan that started in April, 2014. These past 3 years have been an extremely hard time for Flint residents since they have had no proper drinking or bathing water in 2 years, so residents have been taking a stand against the government by carrying around jugs full of dirty, unsafe drinking water coming from their faucets at home to protest against the inaction of the government. The residents have a lot of courage to be…

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    Colorado Water Crisis

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    Water, the most essential nutrient for life. Without it the most basic lifeforms couldn’t exist, much less humans. For citizens of Fountain Colorado it’s imperative that we begin to find solutions for the tragedy that has plagued this region of Colorado. There isn’t a definitive reason for the water crisis that has recently struck Fountain Colorado, but there’s plenty of finger pointing from all parties involved such as health departments, local military, utility companies and even city…

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    Water Crisis In America

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    America’s Water Used for growing food, cleaning, and making up sixty percent of the average human body, water is a basic need of practically all living things. Although not everyone has access to this basic need. As of 2015 it was estimated that 43.1 million people are living in poverty in the states out of 320.9 million. These numbers will continue to grow in population increasing demands to sustain this, but our resources start to dwindle. Water being a main source for everyone has already…

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    Water is essential for any living organism to thrive in the environment. The problem the world is facing today is the water supply According to the World Economic Forum, a water crisis is the #1 global threat based on impact to society. The world’s population is predicted to increase to 9 million by the year 2050. This has already put pressure on local water resources resorting to decreased water for food, energy, and industrial production. One area in particular who’s suffering from water…

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    Flint Water Crisis Essay

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    Walkerton, Ontario, the water supply became polluted with E.coli. In May 2000, 2321 residents of the city turned ill due to the polluted water and about 7 residents died. Almost identically in Flint, Michigan, a water crisis created by mankind, which started almost 5 years ago when in order to save money, the government made a decision to switch water sources from the Lake Huron to The Flint River. The Flint water crisis started back in 2011, the city's water source was switched from…

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