Knowledge, planning, policy,
and strategy are not enough;
one must take action to move
towards one's goals.

Knowledge, planning, policy,
and strategy are not enough;
one must take action to move
towards one's goals.

To improve water quality & quantity Investment is needed from corporate, public, and development sectors on philanthropic basis

Action to Take...
Understanding and Right Information to all
about Natural Water Cycle

Natural Water Cycle knowledge/understanding is necessary for all, otherwise,
water is assumed as a one-time use product...

Actions to Take...

Clearing Common Misconceptions about Water

People throughout the ages have experienced―consciously or otherwise―the life-giving and
healing forces of water. It is integral to life, surrounding us in nature
as well as within our bodies.

To improve water quality & quantity Investment is needed from corporate, public, and development sectors on normal profit earning basis

Action to Take...
Understanding and Right Information to all
about Natural Water Cycle

Natural Water Cycle knowledge/understanding is necessary for all, otherwise, water is assumed
as a one-time use product...

Actions to Take...

Clearing Common Misconceptions about Water

People throughout the ages have experienced―consciously or otherwise―the life-giving and healing forces of water. It is integral to life, surrounding us in nature as well as within our bodies.

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Myths

Fresh / Clean
The Drinking Water quantity on the planet is unlimited

Every time Fresh / Clean
Drinking is a new water

Once the fresh water is used, the used water
is a throw away product

Used Water does not harm anything

Reduction of water quantity on the Planet

Reality

Freshwater makes up a tiny fraction of all water on the planet. While nearly 70 percent of the world is covered by water, only 2.5 percent is fresh. The rest is saline and ocean-based. Even then, just 1 percent of our freshwater is easily accessible, with much of it trapped in glaciers and snowfields.

Planet Earth has a fixed amount of water since its inception, and according to its composition, it is a closed system, and water can not get out of the Planet or enter into it.
The water is naturally recycled, and we use it again and again unless we contaminate it beyond Nature’s capacities to reclaim it for our use.

This misconception is detrimental; people contaminate water beyond the recycling limits of Nature. Human efforts are not significant in support of recycling.
The water is not a one-time use product; it needs to be recycled for reuse and leave in a usable shape for coming generations.

Highly dense populated areas generate exceedingly concentrated contaminated waste without proper treatment, and it does harm / contaminate freshwaters.
One liter of polluted water contaminates about 15 liters of freshwater resources.

Fresh / Clean / Drinkable quantity decreases, but the overall volume of water on Planet Earth is the same.
The main problem is ignoring the responsibility of treating and managing the used (contaminated) water.
This ignorance pollutes freshwaters, and its entry into sea waters makes its reclamation very difficult and expensive.

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Myth
Fresh / Clean
The Drinking Water quantity on the planet is unlimited
Reality
Freshwater makes up a tiny fraction of all water on the planet. While nearly 70 percent of the world is covered by water, only 2.5 percent is fresh. The rest is saline and ocean-based. Even then, just 1 percent of our freshwater is easily accessible, with much of it trapped in glaciers and snowfields.
2.0
Myth
Every time Fresh / Clean
Drinking is a new water
Reality
Planet Earth has a fixed amount of water since its inception, and according to its composition, it is a closed system, and water can not get out of the Planet or enter into it.
The water is naturally recycled, and we use it again and again unless we contaminate it beyond Nature’s capacities to reclaim it for our use.
3.0
Myth
Once the fresh water is used, the used water
is a throw away product
Reality
This misconception is detrimental; people contaminate water beyond the recycling limits of Nature. Human efforts are not significant in support of recycling.
The water is not a one-time use product; it needs to be recycled for reuse and leave in a usable shape for coming generations.
4.0
Myth
Used Water does not harm anything
Reality
Highly dense populated areas generate exceedingly concentrated contaminated waste without proper treatment, and it does harm / contaminate freshwaters.
One liter of polluted water contaminates about 15 liters of freshwater resources.
5.0
Myth
Reduction of water quantity on the Planet
Reality
Fresh / Clean / Drinkable quantity decreases, but the overall volume of water on Planet Earth is the same.
The main problem is ignoring the responsibility of treating and managing the used (contaminated) water.
This ignorance pollutes freshwaters, and its entry into sea waters makes its reclamation very difficult and expensive.

 

Actions to Take after Learning...

Actions to Take after Learning...

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Perceived that water is provided to the planet earth in a fixed quantity since its evolution, and
it is recycled for reuse– no new water
Realized that water is the driving force for
socio-economic prosperity
Sensitivity to use water efficiently having
minimum contamination
Vigilant to keep their water resources healthy and
safe to use in droughts
Tendency to treat all human contaminated waters
Built small, medium and large dams as
per requirement
Applied biological ways to manage
water resources; cost-effectively

Perceived that water is provided to the planet earth in a fixed quantity since its evolution, it is recycled for reuse– no new water

Realized that water is the driving force for
socio-economic prosperity

Sensitivity to use water efficiently having
minimum contamination

Vigilant to keep their water resources healthy and
safe to use in droughts

Tendency to treat all human contaminated waters

Built small, medium and large dams as
per requirement

Applied biological ways to manage
water resources; cost-effectively