By 2040, peoples in 44 countries would need water

Why are we constantly so? By 2040, nearly 7 billion people in 44 countries would be in need of water.

  • By 2040, peoples in 44 countries would need of water  shortages.
  • The current drought in Europe is the continent’s worst in the previous 500 years.
  • The world appears to be giving up on electricity-generating methods with low carbon emissions.
  • The moon has me spellbound.

According to an analysis By 2040, peoples in 44 countries would need water, according to Sofia News Agency, by 2040, more than 44 countries would experience severe water scarcity. According to an analysis, according to Sofia News Agency. The result was establish after data analysis by Prof. Dr. Yannis Maniatis and his doctoral students at the Institute for Economic Research.

Why does the moon constantly captivate us?

By 2040, peoples in 44 countries would need water. They contend that due to their geographic location, countries in the Mediterranean region face the greatest risk of drought. Europe is currently experiencing the worst and longest drought in the last 500 years. The experts talk about how water is used not just for irrigation losses but also for a variety of products’ processing. For instance, 5605 litres of water are need to produce one kilogram of cheese. Other significant consumers include the production of grains, almonds, fish, and cows.

By 2025, there will be approximately 2.8 billion thirsty people in 48 different countries. By 2050, this number could reach 7 billion. The United States behind Greece in terms of water use, according to recent research.

It looks that efforts to develop electricity production techniques with low carbon emissions are coming to an end.

 In comparison to 2021, there is a 12% decrease in nuclear power use in Europe and a 20% decrease in hydropower use. Scientists advise using wind and solar energy. The good news is that, thanks to nations like China, the United States, Japan, and Germany, over 10% of the world’s electricity is produce by wind and photovoltaic systems.

Source: Geo News

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