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    going on in these "mega slums". One of the biggest resources that is most competed for is water. Water is so scarce and is distributed unevenly throughout the slums of Dharavi. It 's causing many conflicts. The allocation of water resources is also an issue. More water from the dams is going to sugar factories and newly built residential areas compete with golf courses while farmers are losing out on water for crop irrigation. This is making them rely more on erratic monsoons. Regions with a…

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    cleaner water and have better sanitation the United Nations made a declaration. They declared 1981 to 1990 the “International Water Supply and Sanitation Decade”. During this decade the “US Agency for International Development” (A.I.D) created a program called “Water and Sanitation for Health” (W.A.S.H). WASH, along with many other projects, helped provide 600 million more people with a drinkable water supply and 360 million more people with sanitation during the International Water Supply and…

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    Have you ever thought about how important water is to our bodies? Water is the reason we walk, run, swim or any movement of exercise. Drinking water helps maintain the balance of body fluids. We have about 60% of water in our bodies. You need to drink a lot in order for that to be sustained. A human being cannot go any longer then 3 days without obtaining water. Now that you know how important it is, imagine someone tampering with your water supply. In a city called Flint, Michigan, that is…

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    California is currently suffering in a major drought as we speak. Due to the climate changes, constant high temperatures and not having enough rain is causing the country to be more aware of how they can save water by limiting the usage of their water supply. This problems leads to water restrictions effecting many businesses, residents, and farms. In this article, author Justin Gillis, wrote "Warming is found to intensify California drought", published in 2015 by the International New York…

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    the southeast coast of Texas for the third day in a row. My house was in a flood zone but hadn’t taken on water since the flood of ‘94, so although we had our worries it wasn’t something that we were losing sleep over. More and more rain began to fall by the instance and we received word that water was being released for the Lake Conroe dam at a pace that had never been reached before. The water began to flow over the streets and I saw the hope leave my parents eyes. We packed up our essentials…

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    Research Question Is lack of green spaces in Istanbul a real “life-threatening” problem for the locals? Problem Statement In the last few decades, there has been a dramatic pace of degradation in green spaces in Istanbul. According to a statement published by TÜRÇEK, the green spaces in Istanbul are fading away, while Istanbul starts to suffocate. The sub-Saharan temperatures in summer impacts the citizens and the city greatly because of the uncontrolled urbanization and the lack of trees…

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    Swot Analysis Of Lifebuoy

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    4.0 SEGMENTATION, TARGETING AND POSITIONING 4.1 SEGMENTATION Lifebuoy’s soap goal is to provide affordable and accessible hygiene and health solutions which enable people to live life without fear of hygiene anxieties and health consequences. When targeting the UAE, the product will be strongly embraced by semi urban and rural market. That includes people living in the semi urban, rural areas and earners of low income working people.  Geographic Segmentation - World region: Asia; Country:…

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    Shrimp Farming in Ecuador I. PROBLEM(S) 1. What can Xavier do to turn the economical and his entrepreneurial weaknesses into strengths? 2. What can Xavier do to turn the economical and environmental threats into opportunities? Sub-problems which will be answered in the recommendation: a. What investment alternatives can Xavier consider in order to expand his shrimp business in Ecuador? b. Would the problems of Ecuador prevent a joint venture with a foreign partner? II. SWOT ANALYSIS…

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    How To Mow A Lawn: Simple Steps To A Beautiful Lawn Have you ever gazed out the kitchen window and realized the grass is getting extremely long and beginning to get a bit out of control. It is way past due to mow the lawn, but you haven’t had much experience in lawn keeping. You might see breathtaking lawns on television or in gardening magazines and wonder, how can I get my lawn to be a show stopper? Here are five simple steps and tips on pruning your lawn and making it look like a…

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    I believe that the public should know about the chemicals in “produced water”, when a company is planning to drill, and where they are planning to drill. If people are going to be affected by the drilling, whether it be with contamination of their water or fumes from natural gas around their houses, they should know what is happening and how they will be affected. These large companies should be willing to admit there is a problem and find a solution to it before it gets out of hand. They should…

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