Now I agree that clean water is a very important thing. Next to the air we breathe water is a life giver and it is terrible that an estimated 884 million people do not have access to safe drinking water, and over 2.6 billion people do not have access to proper sanitation systems. Current estimates related about 14000 deaths a day to the lack of clean water, mostly children.
But what will such a resolution accomplish?
Will it bring a better life to 884 million people?
Certainly not and in the end it might turn out as a meaningless but well intended gesture.
This does not mean that I am against clean water for everyone. I am all for it and free. It is just that I have little faith in a resolutions that lack implementation.
And it is said that WW3 will be about clean water in the developing world while it will be for parking space in the developed world...
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