Why Deep Seated Water Makes Ecological Sense To Relieve Global Drought

Deep Seated Water Makes Ecological Sense

As the global drought crisis ravages livelihoods and economies around the world, environmentalists are scrambling to find solutions that are compatible with prudent ecological management. Deep Seated Water fits the environmental sustainability model as it would supply vast amounts of fresh water to regions while also allowing the existing sources to replenish. It is the…

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New Sources of Water Will Solve The Water Crisis

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The world’s freshwater problem is making global headlines as the crisis worsens planet-wide making new sources of water critical. But what is not discussed enough are the solutions to the problem. The fact is, there is a solution, and we’re sitting on it. Vast new sources of fresh groundwater are being discovered on an accelerating…

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Water Contamination – Making A Tough Job Tougher

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Water contamination is taking a toll on fresh water availability and usage around the world. Water is already a scarce resource, with just 1% available for use, according to the US Geological Survey. Add in growing contamination and pollution and one can see how this issue must be addressed while we find new sources of…

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Drought Ravages Southwest US

USA Drought Map June 7, 2022

One Key Strategy Can Help Save It It seems like a bad science fiction movie. California governor declares a drought state of emergency. Phoenix, Scottsdale, Tempe Arizona declare Stage 1 Water Alerts. Austin, Texas follows suit, declaring a Stage 1 Drought Contingency Plan. All across the Southwest, drought is afflicting as much as a quarter…

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World At A Crossroads As Droughts Rise 29%

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UN Report Documents The Drought Problem – A Solution is Available Last week the UN Convention to Combat Desertification (UNCCD) wrapped up its 15th Conference of Parties (COP15) in Abidjan, Cote d’Ivoire with some compelling drought statistics. Since 2000, the number and duration of droughts has risen 29% From 1970 to 2019, weather, climate and…

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Groundwater Discovered Under Antarctic Ice

Groundwater Discovered Under Antarctic Ice

More Confirmation of Vast Freshwater Deposits Across the Planet Last week, scientists announced the first detection of vast amounts of groundwater beneath Antarctic ice. As reported in the journal Science on May 5th, scientists from Scripps Institution of Oceanography detected the groundwater in thick sediment buried under ice and snow. The amount of water from…

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Growing Evidence of Abundant Underground Fresh Water Across Our Planet

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On this World Water Day, 2022, most pundits will once again sound the alarm over shrinking fresh water sources. However, there is growing evidence that the earth contains enough fresh water to satisfy the needs of the world’s population for thousands of years. Indeed, the U.S. National Groundwater Association estimates there are 22.6 million cubic…

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We Can Avoid “Death by a Thousand Cuts”

Drought Monitor

Drought Forces First-Ever Colorado River Water Cutback to Southwest States Move likely to hit farmers hardest, reducing access to region’s economic lifeblood amid protracted drought That’s the headline from an article by Jim Carlton of The Wall Street Journal this week. It comes on the heels of restrictions of water in California (see August 5th…

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