First of all, let us inform you about the current situation on our planet Earth:
The human right to safe drinking water was first recognized by the UN General Assembly and the Human Rights Council as part of binding international law in 2010.
Water and climate change are inextricably linked. Climate change affects the world’s water in complex ways. From unpredictable rainfall patterns to shrinking ice sheets, rising sea levels, floods and droughts – most impacts of climate change come down to water (UN Water).
Lake Mead USA, summer 2022.
What can we do to have sufficient water resources?
Leakage rate in water distribution networks world-wide. Average based on country-level leakage percentage estimates weighted by water operational expenses spending by country (data from Global Water Intelligence, 2008; available on-line at www.globalwaterintel.com)
In average, water utilities lose 30% of the water pumped into the water distribution network.