Water Shortage Solutions

Why The China Water Crisis Is The World Water Crisis

by Jamin Arvig on December 27, 2013


20% of the world’s population lives in China.  And by 2030, a significant percentage of this population will run out of clean drinking water. Bottom-line, the economic and human impact of millions of Chinese residents facing the very real possibility of dehydration will undoubtedly disrupt stability throughout the balance of the world.  So the question […]

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Many Hitchcock films, Rope in particular, were unique in that they served the most violent content early.  The balance of the story laid out in these films, while dark, were known more for cleverness and creativity. So let’s take a note from Hitchcock and start with this: the clean water crisis is very real.  Water.org […]

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Earlier this year, my company WaterFilters.NET posed a challenging question to students nationwide: “With an increasing global population, particularly in developing countries, what would you create to help reduce water shortages, and ensure all people had nearby access to clean drinking water?”  The best response would be awarded our $500 Future of Water scholarship, while […]

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Earlier this year, my company WaterFilters.NET posed a challenging question to students nationwide: “With an increasing global population, particularly in developing countries, what would you create to help reduce water shortages, and ensure all people had nearby access to clean drinking water?”  The best response would be awarded our $500 Future of Water scholarship, while […]

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Earlier this year, my company WaterFilters.NET posed a challenging question to students nationwide: “With an increasing global population, particularly in developing countries, what would you create to help reduce water shortages, and ensure all people had nearby access to clean drinking water?”  The best response would be awarded our $500 Future of Water scholarship, while […]

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