Donation from the Lemon Bay Sunrise Rotary Club
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Donation from the Lemon Bay Sunrise Rotary ClubMay 5, 2011. Kenn Visser, Director of Water One World Solutions, personally thanked all of the members of the Lemon Bay Sunrise Rotary Club for their generous donation to WOWS Clean Water For Haiti project. A Certificate of Appreciation was presented to Robert Stern, the President of Lemon Bay Sunrise Rotary Club, thanking the Club for helping to initiate the program.

Last Updated on Monday, 16 May 2011 17:55
Donation to provide clean, safe water in Haiti

A special presentation and donation was given during the Rotary District 6960 meeting Friday morning that will benefit children in Haiti by preventing the spread of cholera.

Water One, a family owned and operated business, designed and manufactured a solar powered, mobile water purification wagon that will instantly purify water by eliminating 99.99 percent of bacteria and viruses.


Overcoming the water crisis

Overcoming the water crisisThe world faces serious water shortages, yet the crisis is often overlooked because it seems so mundane. It is an urgent problem that must be tackled just as aggressively as other grave crises that threaten the future of humanity. The World Water Forum, which will meet in Japan for eight days from today, has its work cut out.

The "water crisis" stems from the fact that much of Earth is covered with seawater, with the absolute amount of fresh water available to humans limited. Moreover, the shortages are grossly uneven, with some regions frequently hit by droughts and others by floods. Contributing to this is global warming, which is attributed to massive greenhouse-gas emissions from the industrial world.


MAP OF THE DAY: The World Water Crisis

MAP OF THE DAY: The World Water Crisis Today is World Water Day. This marks another year when water gets less attention than oil, and the coming crisis becomes more severe.

Through the Middle East and parts of America and Asia, water is a physical scarcity.

In Africa and other parts of the southern hemisphere, water is an economic scarcity, which means an adequate supply is not economically feasible.


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