COUNTRIES IN WATER CRISIS

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COUNTRIES IN WATER CRISIS:                                                             

LESOTHO IN WATER CRISIS

The Orange River has its headwaters in the high mountains of Lesotho, a tiny nation completely surrounded by South Africa. Periodic droughts often occur.

The Polihali Dam will displace 17 villages, reduce agricultural lands for an additional 71 villages, and reduce water quality and quantity for many more living downstream. Most of the water will be used for industrial purposes in South Africa.

Economically, Lesotho depends on its water resources to create revenue for the country. This is mostly seen through The Highlands Water Project. This project raises millions of dollars each year for this poor country through the sale of water to neighboring countries, particularly South Africa. One of the water crisis issues however, is that many of Lesotho’s rural and urban citizens do not have access to safe and clean drinking water and often have to walk for hours just to reach water access points that may or may not be working.

Enter the HUG, which captures the energy of the vortex.

EURASIA

AFGHANISTAN

Everyone in the world knows about the war in Afghanistan but few know about the water crisis going on in the country. Afghanistan was once a flourishing country with beautiful cities and plentiful food and water supplies, but decades of war have decimated much of the country.  One of the casualties of war has been the infrastructure that supplies the people with a clean water source.  However, the war is not the only cause of the crisis.  Geographical constrains, climate change, and the lack of education on clean water and sanitation also adds to the problem.

Afghanistan has some reservoirs built to collect this water, but not enough, and some have been destroyed in the past decades. Because dams and waterways can take years to build investors are reluctant to invest much money (an estimated $11 billion is needed nationwide) into these projects for fear workers and/or the project will be attacked.

Because Afghanistan lacks reservoirs to store the runoff the early melting leads to there being less water to use during the summer when it’s needed most.  The lack of water during the summer combined with drought has led to some studies saying that half of the current wells will soon dry up. 

Enter the HUG, which captures the energy of the vortex.

ARMENIA

Armenia faces the same massive environmental cleanup that confronts the other former Soviet republics as they emerge from the centralized planning system’s disastrous approach to resource management.

The country lacks water, especially in summer when the rate of evaporation exceeds the amount of precipitation. That is the main reason why people here since ancient times have built water reservoirs and irrigation canal.

A HUG Siphon system can add energy creation to the proposed tunnel from the Lake Savan.

BANGLADESH

Bangladesh’s water crisis affects both rural and urban areas, and is a matter of both water scarcity and water quality. Twenty million people lack access to safe water.

The size of the urban population is increasing at alarming rates. The poor from the rural areas continue to migrate to the urban areas with the hope of being able to earn larger wages to support their families.

Acute poverty, overcrowding, poor housing, and unhealthy disposal of waste all play major roles in the water and sanitation crisis in the urban areas of Bangladesh.

Enter the HUG, which captures the energy of the vortex.

CAMBODIA

Plans for hydroelectric development in the region, by Laos in particular, pose a “real danger to the food supply of Vietnam and Cambodia. Upstream dams will imperil the fish stocks that provide the vast majority of Cambodia’s protein and could also denude the Mekong River of the silt Vietnam needs for its rice basket.” The rich fisheries of Tonle Sap, the largest freshwater lake in Southeast Asia, largely supply the impoverished country’s protein.

 “Those fish are so important for their livelihoods, both economically and nutritionally,” said Gordon Holtgrieve, a professor at the University of Washington who researches Cambodia’s freshwater fish and he points out that none of the dams that are either built or being built on the Mekong river “are pointing at good outcomes for the fisheries.

Enter the HUG, which uses the principal of the vortex to increase the velocity of the flow. An equal amount of energy can be produced as a dam, but without affecting fishery.

GREECE

Greeks have suffered from repeated droughts. Water pollution is a significant problem due to industrial pollutants, agricultural chemicals such as fertilizers and pesticides, and sewage.

The peak in energy demand falls in the dry season, which is expected to become even drier in the future. A low water supply reduces energy production from hydroelectric plants, as well as from conventional power plants, which require water for cooling and for driving the turbines. As a result, energy demands may not be able to be met in the warm period of the year. An up to 10% decrease in energy heating requirements and an up to 28% increase in cooling requirements in 2030 has been estimated for the southeast Mediterranean region.

Some small islands are supplied with water from tankers.

Enter the HUG, which captures the energy of the vortex.

INDIA

The World Health Organization estimates that 97 million Indians lack access to safe water today, second only to China. Water in most rivers in India is largely not fit for drinking, and in many stretches not even fit for bathing.

The country’s water crisis has been caused by a combination of factors, including population growth, dwindling groundwater supplies from over-extraction by farmers. Water is needed to sustain India’s growth trajectory.

Of the 140 million hectares (mh) of net cultivated area in India, only around 60 mh are irrigated. In order for Indian agriculture to grow at its targeted rate of 4% per year, it needs to increase the area irrigated, introduce new high-yield technology, or expand cultivable land.

Enter the HUG, which captures the energy of the vortex.

IRAN

Iran faced an unprecedented water shortage, and the crisis has deteriorated to the point of raising the alarm that a large number of Iranians might be forced to migrate. Seven of the country’s 32 provinces are classified as experiencing “water shortage” while 13 face a “critical water situation.

Agriculture currently consumes 90% of the country’s water resources, compared to the international benchmark of 70%. 

Enter the HUG, which captures the energy of the vortex.

IRAQ

Water Supply in Iraq is characterized by poor water and service quality. Three decades of war, combined with limited environmental awareness, have destroyed Iraq’s water resources management system. Thus, Iraq faces difficulties to realize the target of 91% of households using safe drinking water supply by 2015. Currently, 16% of households report daily problems with supply and 20% use an unsafe drinking water source.

Enter the HUG, which captures the energy of the vortex.

ISRAEL

Israel, like many other countries in the world and the region, is facing an increasingly serious and pervasive environmental crisis. Development trends over the past 15 to 20 years have brought increasing pressure on the country’s environment.

Enter the HUG, which captures the energy of the vortex.

JORDAN

Jordan has one of the lowest levels of water resource availability, per capita, in the world. Water scarcity will become an even greater problem over the next two decades as the population doubles and climate change potentially makes precipitation more uncertain and variable, particularly in this region.

One planned project is a multi-billion-dollar undertaking to link the Dead Sea and the Red Sea with a 325km canal. The ‘Red-Dead’ project includes the construction of a hydroelectric-power plant and a desalination facility to provide Jordan with 850 million cubic meters of potable water a year, or half of its projected 2010 needs.

Because the mouth of the proposed canal would be on the Israeli side of the Dead Sea, Jordan would not have access to it. This will require negotiations

Enter the HUG, which captures the energy of the vortex.

KAZAKHSTAN

In terms of water availability, Kazakhstan is one of the most water scarce countries on the Eurasian continent. There are both water abundant regions, for example, the Irtysh River basin (East Kazakhstan province) and water scarce regions (Mangistau province).

The environment of Kazakhstan began to suffer serious harm during the Soviet period. The country now faces an urgent need to address the Soviet legacy of ecological mismanagement.

Excessive irrigation substantially decreased inflow to the Aral, and the Aral’s shoreline began to recede rapidly.

Since rain is concentrated in a few months and unevenly distributed across the country, it is imperative for India to develop the capacity to store and transport water.

Yet, with India’s high population density, dams would also displace many people, often poor tribal communities. Even when these people are resettled and compensated properly, which frequently is not the case, their lifestyles, social support system, and culture are disrupted.

Water touches every aspect of life, and in India uncertainty over access to and the availability of this basic resource may be reaching crisis levels. As India continues to undergo dramatic shifts caused by a growing economy and population, competing demands for this limited resource coming from households, industry, and agriculture have wide-ranging implications for the country’s future. Should no action be taken, there could be dire consequences.

Enter the HUG, which captures the energy of the vortex.

KOSOVO

An unusually dry winter has left water reservoirs in Kosovo perilously low. There is a lack of infrastructure to capture the major snow melts to their full potential. The water which does end up in reservoirs, often does not reach the people who need it.

Enter the HUG, which captures the energy of the vortex.

LAOS

Developing countries like Laos are not spared from the water shortage. Regarding the unimproved drinking water sources, only 16.3% of Laos urban population have access, 35.1% of the rural population and 28.5% of the total population, according to the 2012 estimate.

Enter the HUG, which captures the energy of the vortex.

MACEDONIA

The water in urban areas is of high quality, but in rural areas a high percentage of the drinking water is not safe. There is no existing wastewater treatment plant which could eliminate the wastewater pollutants before their discharge into water bodies.

Enter the HUG, which captures the energy of the vortex.

MONGOLIA

Outside of the capital, Mongolia’s rural residents are also under threat. As a result of climate change, hundreds of Mongolia’s lakes and rivers have dried up, and there is significant desertification of land especially in the south around the Gobi desert. Water sources are unevenly distributed within the landlocked nation, with abundant surface water resources located in northern Mongolia, but which are inaccessible for the drier central and southern parts of the country that lack water sources.

Enter the HUG, which captures the energy of the vortex.

NEPAL

In Nepal, there are 24 rivers which bears near about 500 kilometer in length each. Similarly, there are more than 100 rivers, as its individual length is more than 160 kilometer. Besides, there are near about 1,000 rivers having 11 kilometer long each.

The rivers originated from low mountain of Churia Range, especially of Bhavar region will have no water after two to four hours of stopping the rain. If we dig some meters deep, under-ground water may be available in these rivers. These are the characteristics of  the rivers of Nepal.

Enter the HUG, which captures the energy of the vortex.

SYRIA

In Syria, a devastating drought beginning in 2006 forced many farmers to abandon their fields and migrate to urban centers. There’s some evidence that the migration fueled the civil war there, in which 80,000 people have died. You had a lot of angry, unemployed men helping to trigger a revolution.

From 2006-2011, up to 60% of Syria’s land experienced one of the worst long-term drought and most severe set of crop failures in their history. The number of Syrians who were left extremely “food insecure” by the droughts numbered at about one million. The number of people driven into extreme poverty is even worse, with a UN report from last year estimating two to three million people affected.

This has led to a massive exodus of farmers, herders and agriculturally-dependent rural families from the countryside to the cities.

This problem has been compounded by poor governance. The al-Assad regime has, by most accounts except their own, criminally combined mismanagement and neglect of Syria’s natural resources, which have contributed to water shortages and land desertification. Pumping has caused groundwater levels to plummet in many parts of the country, and raised significant concerns about the water quality in remaining aquifer stocks.

Enter the HUG, which captures the energy of the vortex.

THAILAND

Like other Asian countries, increasing population, urbanization, agricultural and industrial expansion is impacting the water quality of various water sources. Pollutants from human activities also contribute to the degradation of the water quality. The severe flooding in the rainy season and extreme drought in the dry season could become two major sources of Thailand’s water crisis.

Thailand also has floods every year, and they waste that water by letting it out to the sea. So how can we save some of that water to solve the problems during the dry season?  Even if we could save 10 percent of it, it would be a lot.

Effective water management needs to be implemented in Thailand, especially in effectively dealing with flood and drought problems.

Enter the HUG, which captures the energy of the vortex.

TURKMENISTAN

Turkmenistan was the world’s top consumer of water per capita, a not surprising state of affairs considering that households in Turkmenistan do not pay for domestic water consumption

Currently, the country is regarded as the ninth most water insecure in the world, with many specialists arguing that a serious water shortage will occur as early as 2020.

The problem is not limited to Turkmenistan, but extends across all of post-Soviet Central Asia. An arid climate, stagnant economy and soaring population, combined with water’s inequitable distribution and rising consumption in agricultural and energy production exacerbate regional tensions.

Enter the HUG, which captures the energy of the vortex.

UZBEKISTAN

The evaporation of the Aral Sea is one of the worst ecological disasters in the world. The Aral has shrunk so much that it now holds only about one-fifth the volume of water it held in 1960.

The shrinkage is due to irrigation withdrawals, a practice that began on a massive scale in the early 1960s as part of the Soviet Union’s ill-conceived drive to increase cotton yields in Central Asia.

Enter the HUG, which captures the energy of the vortex.

YEMAN

Yemen Failed State The water supply in this largely arid country has been the source of decades-long ethnic conflicts, particularly among nomadic groups.

The price of water is rising steeply in Yemen, which may run out of water for its 25 million people, experts say, adding to the misery caused by Arab air strikes and the civil war ravaging one of the world’s poorest and driest countries.

Most of the gas-powered pumps providing water are now inoperable, and water from those that still work doesn’t come cheap.

Yemen is withdrawing almost 169 percent of its renewable water resources, meaning that it is using water far faster than it can replenish its supplies.

The war had halted government efforts to draw up a long-term plan to deal with Yemen’s water problems, and there was currently no emergency plan in place.

Village women spend most of each day trekking many kilometers along unpaved roads to reach the few wells that have not yet run dry. Many of them also collect water from streams polluted by waste, which they attempt to eliminate with rudimentary filtering systems.

One can focus on rainwater harvesting in Yemen’s highlands.

Enter the HUG, which captures the energy of the vortex.

SOUTH AMERICA

BOLIVIA

Water Privatisation in Developing Countries has Failed.
Of course the problem isn’t a concern if we just solve it. But, we’re not solving it, so it is a problem.
Water shortages are caused by lack of political will, institutional obstruction, greed, corruption and chains from the past.
Millions of people could have to wait years for clean water as some of the world’s largest companies pull out of developing countries because of growing doubts about privatisation projects, a major UN report reveals today.
The report cites Thames Water leaving Shanghai, Saur leaving Mozambique and Zimbabwe, and Suez downsizing in Latin America and Africa, as well as major demonstrations against European and American water companies in Bolivia, Malaysia, South Africa and Indonesia.
Last week Suez, one of the world’s largest water companies, said that it was now impossible for it to work in Latin America. Jean-Louis Chaussade, the chief executive of Suez Environment, which has major contracts in Argentina, Bolivia and Haiti, said: “We are not a political organisation, but how can we do our job if the political system in countries changes its mind so often?
While some privatisations have been successful, many companies have faced accusations of profiteering or not meeting pledges to connect poor districts to the mains. British firms have been involved in controversial privatisations in Malaysia, South Africa, Tanzania and Indonesia.
The world’s largest water companies are not solving the water crisis, so what should we do?

Enter the HUG, which captures the energy of the vortex.

CHILE

El Nino effects are felt in Chile and along the South American western coast line.

Due to the characteristics of the territory, Chile is crossed by numerous rivers generally short in length and with low torrential flow.  This does not offer promising dam construction. Enter the HUG!

Energy from the HUG can be created by Wave Energy:

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ECUADOR

Powerful interests are colliding in Ecuador, and at the center of it all is water. The sides of the conflict can be summarized as the government and big business vs. the

indigenous communities. One percent of those using water resources consume sixty-four percent of the water available and eighty-six percent of Ecuadorians consume just thirteen percent of the country’s water.

Enter the HUG, which captures the energy of the vortex.

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