Water is a precious resource and the world needs to get the message out to people and businesses that if they are going to do something with water, it’s going to be to their benefit.
A water-logging event has happened in the southern Indian state of Bihar where the water levels in some rivers have fallen to a point where their banks are completely submerged, leading to a massive spillover into nearby lakes and rivers.
As a result, local farmers are scrambling to buy and use groundwater from the local water authorities to help feed their families, but the situation is becoming worse.
Water has been contaminated and many communities are facing shortages.
The situation is so dire that the International Water Organization has called for a global emergency to address the situation, which the UN has agreed to.
In a statement, UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres said that it was “a grave and urgent situation” and urged governments and businesses to take immediate action to protect their own water resources.
“The water crisis in the world’s poorest countries and their vulnerability to water contamination and drought have prompted urgent calls for the international community to urgently mobilize resources and implement appropriate mitigation measures,” Guterresh said.
Water scarcity is one of the biggest challenges facing humanity today.
It’s a huge burden that many of the world is struggling to absorb, but it’s also one of our greatest assets.
The drought in India is a huge and growing problem and the government is responding with its own efforts to tackle the issue.
The crisis in Bihar is only the latest in a series of water crises that have been plaguing India.
In the northern state of Maharashtra, more than 100,000 people have lost their homes as a result of water shortages.
Bihar has also experienced the worst drought in the country’s history, with its reservoirs at a record low.
More than half the people living in the state have been forced to migrate out of their homes.
While some of the most affected regions are located in India’s largest states of Gujarat, Uttar Pradesh and Punjab, it is in these states that the crisis is most severe.
In Gujarat, more people are being forced to leave their homes and move to safer regions, including the state’s southernmost districts of Surat and Ahmedabad, which were hit particularly hard by the drought.