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‘TEAM WOW’ Needed Now

If you love WATER and the Environment, Follow us  on ‘X’ @Worldof_Water – as you are already a Member of this Blue Planet, download this certificate  or, if you prefer a more adult design, download this one, print it out and put it on your wall for all to see.

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Our charity is looking for some very dedicated people to help us reshape the World and tackle its water problems. If you know that’s you, this year is the right time to contact us and meet us. Follow your instinct.

This is your opportunity to:
  • further your own plans to protect and enhance World ecosystems,
  • gain more personal experience,
  • do even more good things for the planet,
  • campaign to promote a generation of more caring people.
    So,
  • come and combine your energy with that of others around the World who have similar views to yours.

Not ready yet? OK.
For those who are eager but not quite ready to take over, training is available via an annual bursary scheme. Please enquire.  You can email us (see image below) or get in touch via our Field Centre contact page

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If you prefer to send us a message, then visit our comments page and please type 054 at the beginning of your comment to grab our immediate attention.


People Projects in the pipeline needing you include …

1.  Education
We need to adopt or adapt a global augmented reality app. for our environmental outreach education – one that will adapt as the environment changes.

2.  Correlating Sponsored Exhibits
Negotiator: For the co-funding of environmental sponsorship projects with individuals and groups.

3.  International Relations
Constant global liaison to underline that everyone must take an active interest in maintaining healthy water supplies and a clean water environment. At the moment we just use X (Twitter) and IGram) but we could could do with your help on on others.

4.  Communications and Technology
Pushing technology so it helps World of Water’s aims and also supports all those working towards a perpetually sustainable future.

5.  Crowd Support networking
Reaching out to everyone to spread and culture concerns for the environment.

6.  Eco-nomic campaigning
Grasping a global picture for us so that our charity always keeps up-to-date with the growth needs of others.

7.  Be a publicist (live broadcast or recorded)
Inter-group communications nerd who simply loves feeding the digital monster and finding out about good water related issues our charity should support.

8.  Hydrosystems Research
Gaining data and spotting the sort of useful stuff that will help our water projects and being part of the design team to communicate these findings to a wide audience.

9.  Budgetting
Preparing practical account projections for all projects so our charity keeps on budget and cultures an ongoing understanding of future funding needs and ‘what it takes to do what’.

10. Farmer / Aquaculturist.
Knowing the water in soil and sharing the findings from our charity’s aquaponic farming research.

11. Water Engineer
Spotting global problems in water management before they occur and working on ways to resolve present and ongoing water engineering issues in the environment, manufactured systems and  World of Water projects.

12. Musician and Event Organiser
Using the beats of World music to bring people together over the water issues that increasingly pull communities apart.

“We can only do this by being together, Globally”

Update Ref: 19/000054

Is this a message from the year 2070 AD ?

A good Friend of mine, Nalini in India, brought to my attention the following:

World Water
Is this a message from the year 2070AD

LETTER WRITTEN IN THE YEAR 2070.

[The letter was published in the magazine “Crónicas de los Tiempos“, in April 2002]

This is the year 2070
I have just turned 50,
but I look and feel 85.
I suffer from serious kidney problems, because I do not drink enough water.
I’m afraid I do not have much time left to live.
I am one of the oldest people in this society.
I remember when I was a child of 5.
Everything was very different.
There were lots of trees in the parks, houses with beautiful gardens,
and I could enjoy having a shower for half an hour.
Nowadays we use towels with mineral oil to clean our skin.

Before, women had beautiful hair.

Now, we have to shave our heads to keep them clean without the use of water.

Then, my father washed his car with water
coming out of a hosepipe.
Now, my son does not believe that water could be wasted that way.

I remember there were
SAVE WATER
warnings on outdoor posters, radio
and TV, but nobody paid attention.
We thought that water was to last forever.
Now, all the rivers, lakes,
dams and underground water beds
are either dry or contaminated.

Industry came to a standstill, unemployment is sky high.
Desalination plants are the main source of employment
and workers receive part of their salary in drinkable water.

Assaults on the streets for a can of water are very common.

Before, it was recommended an adult drinks 8 glasses a day.
Nowadays, I am only allowed half a glass.

We now have to wear disposable clothing,
and this increases the amount of litter.
We are using septic tanks, because the sewerage system does not work for lack of water.
All the people look horrible: wrinkled due to dehydration, full of sores caused by ultra violet radiation, as the ozone layer is almost gone.

Skin cancer, gastrointestinal infections and of the urinary tracts are the main causes of death.
Due to the excessive drying of the skin young people of 20 look like 40.
Scientists have no solution to the problem.
Water cannot be produced, oxygen is not sufficient due to the lack of trees and vegetation, and the intellectual capacity of the younger generations is severely impaired.
The morphology of spermatozoa in many men has changed.
As a consequence, babies are born with deficiencies, mutations and physical deformities.

The average life expectancy is 35 years.
Water became a very coveted treasure.

Any green zones crossed by rivers are guarded by armed soldiers.
Where I live, there are no trees, because it seldom rains. If it does, it is acid rain.
We were warned to look after the environment, but nobody cared.
I tell my son about the green fields,
the beautiful flowers, the rain, how we swam and fish in the rivers and dams, drinking all the water we could, and how healthy people were.
He asks:
Daddy! Why there is no water?
Was I guilty ?
My generation destroyed the environment. We did not heed the warning signs.
Now our children pay a very high price!
Soon, I think, life on earth will not be possible,
as the destruction of nature has reached an irreversible stage.
How I would like to go back and make mankind understand…

……….that we still had time to save our Planet Earth.

*All such words need to spread globally. Words must be backed up by actions.

The World of Water Charity needs a lot more practical support so if you can help in any way, contact us.

Let’s get together fast to make sure the letter above is NEVER written :

Please think of Waterlife and your Water use everyday.

Please SUPPORT the educational work of our  Charity; visit our DONATIONS page  at:  http://www.thehobb.tv/wow/donations.html

World Water. Giftaid-it

No Clean Water – No Life.

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Grant
World Clean Water Campaigner

World of Water. Registered UK Charity No. 327188


Comments following COP26 Glasgow and on reading https://www.science.org/content/article/eve-climate-summit-researchers-sharpen-emissions-tracking

It’s vital to have the facts put on the table, face upwards. This doesn’t erase smoke screens, stop sleight of hand, lessen miss-information, wash away lies or eradicate views founded on hot air, but it gives us a fuller picture.

One of our first volunteers at WoW, Tracey, would walk the Midland’s canals with empty jam jars to collect whatever odd coloured liquids were discharging into the water. Taking these carefully to the nearest factory back door, she’d knock and enquire of anyone opening the door/s “is this yours and what makes it fit for putting in a canal with fish?”
As you can imagine, Tracey had a lot of factory doors slamed shut on her.

The reality is that polluters know they are polluting and they know that it would make a dent in their profit to clean up their waste. Today, there are some very sophisticated ‘jam jars’ out there. Let’s all use them to the full and publish our findings widely.

Grant


According to this there’s going to be a serious lack of fresh water in ten years. https://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/m000z2cw

Hi John. Hope all’s well with you.

Until our species restricts its use of fresh water to match the rate at whch it is freshened by the natural water cycle, I think it’s likely that fresh water will be in shorter supply and they’ll be a greater use of both desalinated water and partially cleaned water.

The writing was on the wall as soon as we started to pump up water from ancient aquifers faster than they refilled.

We can do things to slow down the way the future seems to be heading but I doubt we will. In the meantime, we’ll just continue to develop further food farming methods that use less and less water and make sure that Mother Nature knows that some of us are on her side.

All best

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