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Water Scarcity in Pakistan, How can we individually save water for tomorrow

(Last Updated On: 14/09/2016)

The latest report upheld by the Pakistan Council of Research in Water Resources (PCRWR) would have shocked huge number of Pakistanis as it reads, Pakistan will run short of water by 2025. Although, water shortage threat is not something new for Pakistan, but the latest report by govt water body has stun million as it tells that just in next 9 years Pakistan will be running out of water, which is a short deadline to deal with this matter from gross root level.

It will be relevant to mention here that, Ismail Serageldin, former Vice President of World Bank once told that “The next World War will be over Water.” So in light of this we can’t ignore the water shortage we can turn out to be a global threat.

It is well known that there is no existence without water, and we are well aware how  it all ends in the drought-stricken areas i.e Tharparkar, so to deal with this we need to get on with a compact plan.

Here we’ll be discussing some points to save fresh water and other tidbits to save the water individually, as little drops of water make the mighty ocean.

Right away we need to educate people about water shortage threat as like we are doing in the case of Global Warming. Education will not only make them use less water, they will even change their lifestyle in response of water scarcity.

While brushing or shaving, close the tap to avoid running it down useless. If you are waiting for hot water while opening the tap, you can place tub beneath it and can use the water when hot water comes.

In rainy season you can put pots and tubs to fill the rain water that can be used alter on water watering the plants or washing cycles, bikes.

AC’s are highly used in summer seasons, the distilled water coming out of it can also be used for different household chores.

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