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Water is a finite and irreplaceable resource that is fundamental to human survival and well-being. However, in many parts of the world the availability of safe drinking water is still not secured and millions of people lack access to safe, sufficient and affordable water.
In 2012, the governments at the United Nations Conference on Sustainable Development confirmed that safe drinking water is at the core of sustainable development.
Climate Change is one of the biggest challenges of our lifetime and the largest threat to current and future generations. To limit global warming to 1.5°C, global carbon emissions need to fall to 55% of 2010 levels by the year 2030. To reach this ambitious goal the United Nations have created the Agenda 2030 and defined 17 Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).
Climate Change is a race against time. There are only 10 years left to reach the Global Goals. The clock is ticking, and immediate action is needed to mitigate global warming and protect our planet and its most vulnerable inhabitants.
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The facts are clear: Climate Change has an accelerating impact on the big issues of our time, threatening the well-being and livelihoods of people around the world. For millions of people these resources are out of reach. The changing conditions lead to an additional threat to the existing resources.
In India, 140,000 children die every year due to diarrhea alone. The cause? A lack of access to safe drinking water sources. In rural communities in Asia and Africa people still depend on limited, microbiologically contaminated water sources to satisfy their basic needs. Unfortunately, the most common method of water disinfection, boiling the water with firewood, results in high CO2 emissions – directly affecting the environment. In addition to being time-consuming and expensive for the people, widespread use also has dire effects on people’s respiratory health and local forest cover.
Innovative and affordable solutions are needed to tackle the global water and climate crisis, and improving people’s living conditions without creating dependencies and additional problems.