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The World´s Water Crises Explained

From Not Enough to Too Much, the World’s Water Crisis Explained

Many more cities than Cape Town face an uncertain future over water. But there are emerging solutions.

“Day Zero,” when at least a million homes in the city of Cape Town, South Africa, will no longer have any running water,

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Sauberes Wasser wird knapper...weltweit gesehen
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Die Wasserversorgung ist eines der wichtigsten globalen Themen.

Wasser wird mehr und mehr die strategische Ressource schlechthin darstellen.

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Global water crisis: Facts, FAQs, and how to help

Every child deserves clean water.

There’s nothing more essential to life on Earth than water. Yet, from Cape Town to Flint, Michigan, and from rural, sub-Saharan Africa to Asia’s teeming megacities, there’s a global water crisis.

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Cities in the face of drought
More than five billion people could suffer water shortages by 2050, as a vicious combination of climate change, increased demand and wasteful inefficiencies plunge the world’s water supply under threat. The Telegraph investigates what can be done to prevent future crises.
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Water becoming more valuable than gold

Over the past 10 years the S&P 500 Global Water index has outperformed the bellwether gold and energy indices. Water becoming more valuable than gold

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South Africa-Kapstadt water crisis

 

South Africa and the drought disaster- Cape Town threatened to turn off water supply, Cape Town for the "Day Zero", Source: Spiegel Online – 30th of December, 2017

South Africa is experiencing a devastating drought, the metropolis of Cape Town is running out of water. If the rain continues to fail, the city could be forced to completely turn off the taps in April 2018.

The city with 4.5 million inhabitants currently consumes more than 600 million liters per day, explained by the head of urban water supply. Consumption must be reduced by 100 million liters to avert disaster.

 

Help by reducing water scarcity through the revolution Windgiant Technology:

Or one uses the newly patented energy tower and water technology for parallel water generation from the air humidity contained in the air flow.

A 200 kW Windgiant plant produces 43,000 liters of water per day in 24 h, at 6 m/s wind speed, including a water treatment plant for clean drinking water.

With water rationing of 25 l / day and person, cleanest drinking water for 1,720 people. The in parallel generated energy at an average of 6 m/s wind speed equals 556,000 kWh per year.

 

A 3 MW Windgiant plant produces 502,000 liters of water per day in 24 h, at 6 m/s wind speed.

With water rationing of 25 l / day and person, cleanest drinking water for 20,080 people is generated. The in parallel generated energy at an average of 6 m/s wind speed equals 8,355,000 kWh per year.

 

New key technologies for the future, made in Austria and Germany.