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[caption id="attachment_6596" align="aligncenter" width="975"] Water Campaigns in India - A Study [/caption] 2050 is going to witness a peak in population as the world comes close to hitting 10 billion. Years before this, however, the world will be unable to meet the water demands of the existing population as our precious, finite lakes and rivers dry out or become contaminated. Every country is slowly waking up the reality of the situation and efforts have begun to combat the situation. As India barrels towards becoming the most populated country in the world where a majority of the public cannot access safe drinking water, the government is

[caption id="attachment_6591" align="aligncenter" width="941"] Is Water the Next Tradable Commodity?[/caption] A tradable commodity is essentially a good that can be interchanged for another good, usually falling into the categories of agriculture, energy, metals or livestock. This concept is ideal for countries that is able to produce enough of one product to have stocks left after their people consume the goods, but isn’t able to produce much of another product. Meat, tomatoes, wheat are a few examples. The most recent entry into the trading industry is water. And it’s aiming to repair a lot of the damage we’ve done over the decades. By 2050, the world’s water

[caption id="attachment_6586" align="aligncenter" width="3000"] Don't we want our planet to look like this in 2050?[/caption] This year’s World Water Day came with bleak news. The UN’s newest report shows a red flag for India. We’re looking at an extreme water crisis spread throughout the nation by 2050. Much of Central India is already struggling with the loss of 40% of surface water resources, thanks to contamination. Coupled with a rapidly expanding population and warming planet, the future shows an even chillier picture; where not only surface water, but most of our ground water reserves will be unfit for consumption as well. Thanks to unmonitored dumping of sewage