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December 2, 2006

Middle East Blog by Adel Darwish

Filed under: Uncategorized, Middle East — Adel Darwish @ 2:56 pm

This blog is edited by Adel Darwish. A Veteran Fleet Street reporter, and Middle East Specialist

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  4. Wars and laws will not be helpful
    this is a time for Common sense.
    Water is scarce and possibly will get scarcer!
    What can we do , practically

    - I don’t think we can wait for the long debates between governments and specialists.
    We can put into action an immediate plan:
    -Stop taking bath, it is a luxury we cannot afford! Use 3 minites shower instead.
    -Don’t let you water running while washing dishes. wash with soap and water for a small tub and rinse with water form another tub
    -For those equipped with dishwasher. Use them only when they are full.
    If you are going to purchase one , look for the kind that integrate new economical rules
    They used a tremendous amount of water.
    The worst is the washing machine; only buy the kind that offer the possibility of using half the load, that have the shortest cycle, that use economy in length and temperature.
    Unless you have a large family don’t use them!

    Gardens and landscaping: no more pools! no more green grass in countries where the climate is dry!

    what do you prefer, grass or thirst!
    A new ecological gardening technology is becoming necessary. I am sure it is feasible if not already under way.
    Think of your children
    Dying of thirst is not a pleasant thought.
    Going to war over water is silly. the soldiers need water too.
    That is a major waste solution without counting the fact that as civilized countries we should have found another solution by now than the barbaric wars!
    Our situation boils down to that:
    If everyone does what he, or she can to spare the precious water
    There will not be any civilization left!
    The time is NOW
    bridget busutil, PhD

    Comment by bridget busutil — November 13, 2007 @ 7:21 am

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