Why Save WATER?

Water crisis is one of the major issues that the world is facing and it is the responsibility, perhaps the duty of each one of us to contribute towards water management. Intelligent utilization of water resources is the need of the hour.

There is water crisis today but the crisis is not about having too little water to fulfill our needs, it is a crisis of managing water so poorly that billions of people, animals, and the environment suffer badly.

Earlier seen as a problem of only the poorest, the water crisis is increasingly affecting the wealthier nations, economic riches being no insurance against it. For years, we have misused our most important resource – water.

In Antarctic sea, penguins will face extinction due to the water scarcity. Our natural beauty will be hampered due to depletion of water.

We humans have a notion that all that is there in this world belongs to us and we have all the right to squander its natural resources, but what we think is ours, does belong to other species as well. So while we intelligently mess with the hydrological cycle and send eco-system into a tizzy, we ignorantly rob animals of their water and hence their lives.

One thing that we need to understand is that each one of us can help and save this country and the world.
Each soul can make a difference, just like every drop in the ocean makes a difference.

As Mother Teresa had said, “We ourselves feel that what we are doing is just a drop in the ocean. But the ocean would be less because of that missing drop.”

If each of us RECOGNISE, REALISE and RESPECT WATER as our most precious resource ever, we can mirror the ocean in all its forceful resilience.

And we might just be able to placate the global water crisis, if not completely vanquish it. It shouldn’t be too late when we realize our mistake. Today, through the means of right technology and careful water usage, we can help combat water scarcity in near future

Why Save ENERGY?
According to the American Energy Information Administration (EIA) and to the International Energy Agency (IEA), the world-wide energy consumption will continue to increase by 2% per year on average unless action is taken.

According to ASPO, The Association for the Study of Peak Oil, we consume several times more conventional oil than we discover. That has made security of our energy supply a political headache as only a few countries, of which some are located in politically unstable regions, control most energy reserves today.

“The supply of energy to the world's population is becoming ever more complex, and costly.”

“The objective of a 20% improvement in energy efficiency in the EU by 2020 is, in my view, the single most important energy security policy that we could take.”

“The more we can slow energy demand, the easier our renewable and greenhouse gas emission targets will be."