Water in the world - local and global challenges

The information booklet about the way water is handled worldwide: “Water in the world – local and global challenges” 25-05-2021

As part of AVK’s effort to contribute to the UN sustainaible goal no.6 -"Clean water and sanitization for all", we have published a booklet about water management across the globe.This booklet explains how the current ways of managing water affects areas such as water scarcity, pollution, health, energy consumption and financials, as well as how our water access is affected by climate, overexploitation, the food industry etc. We aim to create awareness, and at the same time set the scene for a dialogue about all the competencies and solutions that are just waiting to be implemented.

In many places in the world, water is a scarce resource.

Despite this, worldwide between 35% and 40% of the water we gain and produce from different sources is wasted. More than a third of the produced drinking water never reaches the end user.Today, we are wasting the water for tomorrow!

Every year millions of lives are lost due to poor water quality which is a huge burder on the healthcare.

We use a lot of energy for no reason, with 35-40% lost water ; a third of the energy used in the production and distribution of water is wasted. 

It is our goal to draw attention to the problems and create a breeding ground for a dialogue about the competencies and solutions that we can provide, which in turn can make an enormous difference.

Are you ready to joing the dialogue and stay updated with the water situation? Download your own copy of the booklet below (PDF).


Water in the world - local and global challenges

In our efforts to help spread the word about the critical global water situation, and demand action.
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