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The most precious gift of nature ! Water is the lifeblood of a community and Life is interconnected through water Water must be free for sustenance needs Water is limited and can be exhausted Water must be conserved No one holds a right to destroy Water cannot be substituted Water is a commons and it is everybody’s business ! RIGHT TO WATER IS A HUMAN RIGHT !PowerPoint Presentation: GLOBAL SCENERIOPowerPoint Presentation: GLOBAL SCENERIOPowerPoint Presentation: GLOBAL SCENERIOPowerPoint Presentation: GLOBAL SCENERIOPowerPoint Presentation: GLOBAL SCENERIOPowerPoint Presentation: GLOBAL SCENERIOINDIAN SCENERIO …: INDIAN SCENERIO … INDIAN TERRITORY : 328 M HA 2.4 % of total earth’s land area 17 % of world’s population 18 % of world’s cattle population 4 % of world’s water sourcesWATER USE PATTERN: WATER USE PATTERN Irrigation ( % ) Industry ( % ) Domestic ( % ) World average 69 23 8 Developing countries 90 5 5 Industrialized countries 50 30 20 India 82 8 10WATER CRISIS: WATER CRISIS Water is the biggest crisis facing India in terms of spread and severity India’s food security is under risk 150 million women days and Rs.10 billion lost every year in fetching waterTAMILNADU – an overview: TAMILNADU – an overview Population > 72 million Severe water scarcity and drought in many places Disputes with neighboring States in water allocation Major problems in water supply to Chennai and other Cities due to urbanization Drastic reduction on Ground Water Tables Reduction in storage capacity of Tanks Growing conflicts between water using Groups Pollution threatsChildren and water: Children and waterWater Crisis – Women’s Crisis: Water Crisis – Women’s CrisisPER CAPITA AVAILABILITY: PER CAPITA AVAILABILITY COUNTRY Cu.M / PERSON / YEAR WORLD 7,000 RUSSIA 20,000 USA 10,000 CHINA 2,500 ISRAEL 450 INDIA 2,200 TAMILNADU 800 COIMBATORE 600-800PowerPoint Presentation: PER CAPITA AVAILABILITY ( M 3 PER PERSON PER YEAR) WATER STRESS 1700 NO PROBLEM - OCCATIONAL STRESS 1000 SCARCE / STRESS 500 CRITICAL STRESSREASONS FOR THE CRISIS …: REASONS FOR THE CRISIS … A result of natural factors Population explosion Over exploitation of ground water Environmental degradation Increased pollution of surface & ground water Inadequate water resources managementREASONS FOR THE CRISIS …..: REASONS FOR THE CRISIS ….. Inadequate efforts directed at water conservation , water use efficiency, ground water recharge & eco-system sustainability …and many more !GLOBAL WARMING Climate Change: GLOBAL WARMING Climate ChangeWater, really a crisis in India ?: Water, really a crisis in India ? A man made problem ! What went wrong ? It is tempting to blame everything and everybody except OURSELVES for the way we have managed water, especially in the past 3 decades.PowerPoint Presentation: It’s time to give water a second thought ! IRANWorld Water Day 22 - MARCH: World Water Day 22 - MARCH 1993 First Water Day 1994 Caring for our Water Resources as everyone’s business 1995 Women and Water 1996 Water for thirsty Cities 1997 The World’s Water, is there enough? 1998 Ground Water, the invisible Resource 1999 Everyone lives downstream 2000 Water for the 21 st CenturyWorld Water Day… 22 - MARCH: World Water Day… 22 - MARCH 2001 Water for health 2002 Water for development 2003 Water for the future 2004 Water and disasters 2005 Water for life 2005 – 2015 2006 Water and culture 2007 Coping with Water scarcity 2008 Sanitation 2009 Shared Water – shared opportunities 2010 Clean Water for a healthy World 2011 Water for CitiesPowerPoint Presentation: WATER AND FOOD SECURITY WORLD WATER DAY MARCH 22FUTURE CHALLENGES: FUTURE CHALLENGES Availability Accessibility SustainabilityOUR WATER MISSION: OUR WATER MISSION To develop, conserve, protect and manage the precious water resources for the present & the future !National Water Policy 2002 (DRAFT NATIONAL WATER POLICY 2012): National Water Policy 2002 (DRAFT NATIONAL WATER POLICY 2012) Water, to be planned, developed, conserved and managed on an integrated and environmentally sound manner Planning and implementation of water resources projects Drinking water – a primary consideration Quality M anagement in surface and ground water Improving water use efficiencyWHY CONSERVE WATER ?: WHY CONSERVE WATER ? WATER 2070: WATER 2070Is the crisis manageable ?: Is the crisis manageable ? NO … … If we go on as we before YES… … If we take certain stepsWE ARE FULLY COMMITTED TO SAVE OUR EARTH PLANET !: WE ARE FULLY COMMITTED TO SAVE OUR EARTH PLANET ! MOTHERPowerPoint Presentation: MILLION STEPS FOR WATERWATER GOVERNANCE THROUGH CHANGE MANAGEMENT: WATER GOVERNANCE THROUGH CHANGE MANAGEMENT Centre of Excellence for Change ( CEC ) www.waterandclimatefuture.comWhat really the INDIVIDUAL can contribute ?: What really the INDIVIDUAL can contribute ? To educate the family members about the Water Crisis at present and in the future. Per Capita Consumption shall be minimized to the extent possible, say, bathing with 1 bucket of water instead of having 2 to 3 buckets, etc. Suitable size of slim cistern shall be used, instead of large flushing cistern.What really the INDIVIDUAL can contribute ?: What really the INDIVIDUAL can contribute ? Provide Urinals in the Toilets in the houses, if not yet, to save some water in flushing. Instead of using washing machines daily for minimum number of clothes, it may be used once or twice in a week. Introduce Use & Throw plantain leaf / natural products instead of dish plates.What really the INDIVIDUAL can contribute ?: What really the INDIVIDUAL can contribute ? Arresting leakages in taps, pipes, etc. Family members to take a pledge not to entertain in water games, operated with exploitation. Not to use packaged drinking water and Polythene based products, to the extent possible. To promote & install Rain water harvesting structures in houses.What really the INDIVIDUAL can contribute ?: What really the INDIVIDUAL can contribute ? During rainy season, cars may be kept in the open space, so that the rain itself washes the car to some extent. In hotels & restaurants, wastage of drinking water shall be avoided. During hand wash, tooth brushing, shaving, car washing, pet’s bathing, gardening, floor wash, etc.. …and many more…..!What really the COMMUNITY can contribute ?: What really the COMMUNITY can contribute ? Awareness about water resources and its conservation & management Afforestation activities Rain Water Harvesting Environmental information & education Prevention & control of water pollution Recycle of waste waterWhat really the COMMUNITY can contribute ?: What really the COMMUNITY can contribute ? Support to NGOs involved in water sectors Participatory natural resources management Establish information kiosks Establish small eco-parks … and many more !YOUTH WATER FORUM: YOUTH WATER FORUMPowerPoint Presentation: MODEL VILLAGES ( GREEN VILLAGES )HOW WE CAN ACT…: HOW WE CAN ACT… Follow a healthier, sustainable diet. Consume less water-intensive products. R educe the scandalous food wastage: 30% of the food produced worldwide is never eaten and the water used to produce it is definitively lost! GERMANYOUR MISSION: OUR MISSION SECURE WATER, FOOD & ENERGY FOR ALL, FOR EVER ! VIETNAM Let us all join together and solve our water problem in the coming years in order to make the development of our India sustainable !: Let us all join together and solve our water problem in the coming years in order to make the development of our India sustainable ! Can You imagine… the World without water..!? You can make the difference ! Change begins at home..! : Can You imagine… the World without water..!? You can make the difference ! Change begins at home..! THANK YOU ! You do not have the permission to view this presentation. In order to view it, please contact the author of the presentation.