Clean Water


 

To create a Living Economy in which 100% of people on Earth have
safe drinking water, the Earth Dollar team will be building new water
wells, installing Atmospheric Water Generators, providing water
filters, and building water treatment plants. The water assets back
the value of the Earth Dollar.

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Clean Water


 

To create a Living Economy in which 100% of people on Earth have safe drinking water, the Earth Dollar team will be building new water wells, installing Atmospheric Water Generators, providing water filters, and building water treatment plants. The water assets back the value of the Earth Dollar.

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million people lack access to safe water

people lack access to improved sanitation

Every 2 minutes a child dies from a water-related disease

WATER IS LIFE

 

Water is Life. Water is essential to life on Earth.

The goal of the Earth Dollar is to ensure everyone on Earth has access to clean water and sanitation. The Earth Dollar wants to create a brighter future for humanity, where nobody is left behind. The Earth Dollar is governed by the Mother Earth Constitution, which supports Enhanced Sustainable Goal 6, “Water is Life”. 

“Billions without clean water and sanitation are a ‘moral failure’. Access to water is not just about liquid in a bottle but instead touches on universal issues such as dignity, opportunity, and equality”, says the UN General Assembly President.

There are still an estimated 771 million people living without clean drinking water, improved sanitation, and hygiene behavior change. Without clean, easily accessible water, families and communities are locked in poverty for generations. Children drop out of school and parents struggle to make a living.

Moreover, the United Nations state, “that the planetary crisis, including the interlinked threats of climate change, biodiversity loss, and pollution, will increase water scarcity. By 2040, one in four of the world’s children under 18 – some 600 million – will be living in areas of extremely high-water stress.”

From Cape Town to Flint, Michigan, as well as rural, sub-Saharan Africa to Asia’s teeming megacities, there’s a global water crisis. People are struggling to access the quantity and quality of water they need for drinking, cooking, bathing, handwashing, and growing their food.

“Children are the biggest victims. When wells dry up, children are the ones missing school to fetch water. When droughts diminish food supplies, children suffer from malnutrition and stunting. When floods hit, children fall ill from waterborne illnesses. And when water resources decline, children cannot wash their hands to fight off diseases.”

A UNICEF report found Eastern and Southern Africa have the highest incidence of children living in “water poverty”, with nearly 60 percent facing difficulty in accessing water every day. South Asia is home to the largest number of children living in areas of high or extremely high vulnerability, or more than 155 million.

Access to clean water changes everything; it’s a stepping-stone to development. When people gain access to clean water, they are better able to practice good hygiene and sanitation. Children enjoy good health and are more likely to attend school. Parents put aside their worries about water-related diseases and lack of clean water access. Instead, they can water crops and livestock and diversify their incomes. Communities no longer vie for rights to a waterhole.

The UN General Assembly has declared 2018 to 2028, the Water Action Decade, which also addresses the increased global pressure on water resources, and exacerbated risk of droughts and floods.

Together, they are vital for reducing the global burden of disease and improving the health, education, and economic productivity of populations.

WATER IS LIFE

Water is Life. Water is essential to life on Earth.

The goal of the Earth Dollar is to ensure everyone on Earth has access to clean water and sanitation. The Earth Dollar wants to create a brighter future for humanity, where nobody is left behind. The Earth Dollar is governed by the Mother Earth Constitution, which supports Enhanced Sustainable Goal 6, “Water is Life”.

“Billions without clean water and sanitation are a ‘moral failure’. Access to water is not just about liquid in a bottle but instead touches on universal issues such as dignity, opportunity, and equality”, says the UN General Assembly President.

There are still an estimated 771 million people living without clean drinking water, improved sanitation, and hygiene behavior change. Without clean, easily accessible water, families and communities are locked in poverty for generations. Children drop out of school and parents struggle to make a living.

Moreover, the United Nations state, “that the planetary crisis, including the interlinked threats of climate change, biodiversity loss, and pollution, will increase water scarcity. By 2040, one in four of the world’s children under 18 – some 600 million – will be living in areas of extremely high-water stress.”

From Cape Town to Flint, Michigan, as well as rural, sub-Saharan Africa to Asia’s teeming megacities, there’s a global water crisis. People are struggling to access the quantity and quality of water they need for drinking, cooking, bathing, handwashing, and growing their food.

“Children are the biggest victims. When wells dry up, children are the ones missing school to fetch water. When droughts diminish food supplies, children suffer from malnutrition and stunting. When floods hit, children fall ill from waterborne illnesses. And when water resources decline, children cannot wash their hands to fight off diseases.”

A UNICEF report found Eastern and Southern Africa have the highest incidence of children living in “water poverty”, with nearly 60 percent facing difficulty in accessing water every day. South Asia is home to the largest number of children living in areas of high or extremely high vulnerability, or more than 155 million.

Access to clean water changes everything; it’s a stepping-stone to development. When people gain access to clean water, they are better able to practice good hygiene and sanitation. Children enjoy good health and are more likely to attend school. Parents put aside their worries about water-related diseases and lack of clean water access. Instead, they can water crops and livestock and diversify their incomes. Communities no longer vie for rights to a waterhole.

The UN General Assembly has declared 2018 to 2028, the Water Action Decade, which also addresses the increased global pressure on water resources, and exacerbated risk of droughts and floods.

Together, they are vital for reducing the global burden of disease and improving the health, education, and economic productivity of populations.

THE EARTH DOLLAR SUPPORTS THE RIGHT TO CLEAN WATER

 

The Mother Earth Constitution is embedded into the blockchain of the Earth Dollar, which provides everyone on Earth the right to clean water and sanitation.

The Earth Dollar supports one of the most important recent milestones in human history; in July 2010, the UN General Assembly recognized the human right to water and sanitation. The Assembly recognized the right of every human being to have access to enough water for personal and domestic uses, meaning between 50 and 100 liters of water per person per day. The water must be safe, acceptable, and affordable. The water costs should not exceed 3 percent of household income. Moreover, the water source has to be within 1,000 meters of the home, and the collection time should not exceed 30 minutes.

The Earth Dollar is supporting an action plan to make clean water for all a reality. There is no reason why everyone on Earth does not have access to clean water.

THE EARTH DOLLAR SUPPORTS THE RIGHT TO CLEAN WATER

 

The Mother Earth Constitution is embedded into the blockchain of the Earth Dollar, which provides everyone on Earth the right to clean water and sanitation.

The Earth Dollar supports one of the most important recent milestones in human history; in July 2010, the UN General Assembly recognized the human right to water and sanitation. The Assembly recognized the right of every human being to have access to enough water for personal and domestic uses, meaning between 50 and 100 liters of water per person per day. The water must be safe, acceptable, and affordable. The water costs should not exceed 3 percent of household income. Moreover, the water source has to be within 1,000 meters of the home, and the collection time should not exceed 30 minutes.

The Earth Dollar is supporting an action plan to make clean water for all a reality. There is no reason why everyone on Earth does not have access to clean water.

WATER, SANITATION, AND HYGIENE

 

The Earth Dollar supports good sanitation and hygiene. Contaminated water and a lack of basic sanitation are undermining efforts to end extreme poverty and disease in the world’s poorest countries. This includes increasing the spread of COVID19.

In 2017, 2 billion people worldwide did not have access to basic sanitation facilities such as toilets or latrines. 673 million people still practiced open defecation. According to the WHO/UNICEF Joint Monitoring Programme for Water Supply and Sanitation, at least 1.2 billion people worldwide are estimated to drink water that is not protected against contamination from feces.

Even more drink water, which is delivered through a system without adequate protection against sanitary hazards. 

Unclean water and poor sanitation are leading causes of child mortality. Childhood diarrhea is closely associated with insufficient water supply, inadequate sanitation, water contaminated with communicable disease agents, and poor hygiene practices. Diarrhea is estimated to cause 1.5 million child deaths per year, mostly among children under five living in developing countries.

The links between the lack of water and sanitation access and the development goals are clear, and the solutions to the problem are known and cost-effective. 2012 WHO study shows that every US $1 invested in improved sanitation translates into an average global economic return of US $5.5. Those benefits are experienced specifically by poor children and in the disadvantaged communities that need them most.

Thank you for supporting the Earth Dollar in funding clean water projects worldwide.

WATER, SANITATION, AND HYGIENE

The Earth Dollar supports good sanitation and hygiene. Contaminated water and a lack of basic sanitation are undermining efforts to end extreme poverty and disease in the world’s poorest countries. This includes increasing the spread of COVID19.

In 2017, 2 billion people worldwide did not have access to basic sanitation facilities such as toilets or latrines. 673 million people still practiced open defecation. According to the WHO/UNICEF Joint Monitoring Programme for Water Supply and Sanitation, at least 1.2 billion people worldwide are estimated to drink water that is not protected against contamination from feces.

Even more drink water, which is delivered through a system without adequate protection against sanitary hazards. 

Unclean water and poor sanitation are leading causes of child mortality. Childhood diarrhea is closely associated with insufficient water supply, inadequate sanitation, water contaminated with communicable disease agents, and poor hygiene practices. Diarrhea is estimated to cause 1.5 million child deaths per year, mostly among children under five living in developing countries.

The links between the lack of water and sanitation access and the development goals are clear, and the solutions to the problem are known and cost-effective. 2012 WHO study shows that every US $1 invested in improved sanitation translates into an average global economic return of US $5.5. Those benefits are experienced specifically by poor children and in the disadvantaged communities that need them most.

Thank you for supporting the Earth Dollar in funding clean water projects worldwide.

THE EARTH DOLLAR

 

The Earth Dollar is a currency based on LOVE and backed by the health and wellness of Mother Earth (Natural Capital Assets). The Earth Dollar was created for the love of the Earth and all life that dwells on her. Since love is difficult to quantify, up to $5.28+ trillion in Real Assets, including nature-based land assets called Natural Capital Assets have been pledged on-chain to back the Earth Dollar in order to restore the Earth and the climate, while simultaneously ending global poverty. The Earth Dollar provides liquidity to reinvigorate the global economy ravaged by the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic, climate change, unsustainable cities, the extinction of species, joblessness, poverty, rising cancer, and disease rates, and other crises without putting an extra debt burden on countries and taxpayers.

The initial assets pledged consist of platinum group metals (gold, silver, platinum, palladium, rhodium, carbon credits, spring water, etc.), along with residential properties, and commercial properties, Natural Capital Assets, real estate assets, manufactured assets, and creative assets via NFTs. These are only the initial Assets pledged to back the Earth Dollar; we expect even more assets in the future.

Earth Dollar will be a Carbon-Negative Asset-Backed Private Community Currency of the Earth Dollar Association and Utility Currency to pay for nodes, decentralized CPU Power, decentralized GPU Power and decentralized Storage Space on the Mother Earth Supercomputer (& Blockchain) (aka as the Mother Earth Supercomputer (aka Mother Earth OS)), one of the world’s fastest decentralized supercomputers which can process up to 1 million transactions per second to run the Living Economic System, DApps, real-time games, telecommunications, smart-contracts, IoT and more.

THE EARTH DOLLAR

 

The Earth Dollar is a currency based on LOVE and backed by the health and wellness of Mother Earth (Natural Capital Assets). The Earth Dollar was created for the love of the Earth and all life that dwells on her. Since love is difficult to quantify, up to $5.28+ trillion in Real Assets, including nature-based land assets called Natural Capital Assets have been pledged on-chain to back the Earth Dollar in order to restore the Earth and the climate, while simultaneously ending global poverty. The Earth Dollar provides liquidity to reinvigorate the global economy ravaged by the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic, climate change, unsustainable cities, the extinction of species, joblessness, poverty, rising cancer, and disease rates, and other crises without putting an extra debt burden on countries and taxpayers.

The initial assets pledged consist of platinum group metals (gold, silver, platinum, palladium, rhodium, carbon credits, spring water, etc.), along with residential properties, and commercial properties, Natural Capital Assets, real estate assets, manufactured assets, and creative assets via NFTs. These are only the initial Assets pledged to back the Earth Dollar; we expect even more assets in the future.

Earth Dollar will be a Carbon-Negative Asset-Backed Private Community Currency of the Earth Dollar Association and Utility Currency to pay for nodes, decentralized CPU Power, decentralized GPU Power and decentralized Storage Space on the Mother Earth Supercomputer (& Blockchain) (aka as the Mother Earth Supercomputer (aka Mother Earth OS)), one of the world’s fastest decentralized supercomputers which can process up to 1 million transactions per second to run the Living Economic System, DApps, real-time games, telecommunications, smart-contracts, IoT and more.

The Earth Dollar is ending poverty and fulfilling the Enhanced Sustainable Development Goals with our Creativity and Imagination