Mankind going thirsty on the blue planet

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Don't you feel unsafe with the possibility of not having drinkable water in the future?

We all know that summer is coming soon which means some countries may have drought it means a climate phenomenon that is considered one of the natural disasters that cause the largest losses in the world and affects a large number of people every year; it occurs because of the lack of water or the lack of it, whether it is caused by the entrapment or the lack of rain in terms of its levels in concrete or poor distribution for a period of time (a period Long separation or more of the dry air that causes rain retention or less than the average rain levels. Of course, this leads to: - Falling water levels in rivers, lakes, dams, and in underground stocks. - Decreased water reserves, especially groundwater reserves, and this results in a water imbalance and deficit in water resources, which affects the systems of production of land resources, as they limit land use and development and cause famines that create economic, social and environmental problems that hinder development.Without water, there is no life. We live on a water planet, 71% of its surface is water, 75% of the human body is water, and less than 2% of water is fresh water and 50% of the world's population have a shortage of drinking water and other needsans some countries may have drought it means

a climate phenomenon that is considered one of the natural disasters that cause the largest losses in the world and affects a large number of people every year; it occurs because of the lack of water or the lack of it, whether it is caused by the entrapment or the lack of rain in terms of its levels in concrete or poor distribution for a period of time (a period Long separation or more of the dry air that causes rain retention or less than the average rain levels. Of course, this leads to: - Falling water levels in rivers, lakes, dams, and in underground stocks. - Decreased water reserves, especially groundwater reserves, and this results in a water imbalance and deficit in water resources, which affects the systems of production of land resources, as they limit land use and development and cause famines that create economic, social and environmental problems that hinder development.Without water, there is no life. We live on a water planet, 71% of its surface is water, 75% of the human body is water, and 50% of the world's population have a shortage of drinking water and other needsNeeds.

But the real question is will we be that lucky in the future and have drinkable water?

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