News ID: 4993
Publish Date: 20 April 2020 - 14:14
Among the many effects of coronavirus or COVID-19, overuse of water may lead to scarcity, fear a section of people and also experts.

ECO-IEST: Among the many effects of coronavirus or COVID-19, overuse of water may lead to scarcity, fear a section of people and also experts.

As the world is currently gripped in its worst-ever viral pandemic, it is difficult to return our attention to one of the greatest environmental risks facing humankind - the global water crisis. Yet, the coronavirus threat should be reminder of how vital water is to our lives.

Coronavirus can lead to global water crisis. If your tap water is running during 20 sec handwash, it will take 1.5 to 2 liters of water, you'll need 15 to 20 liters of water everyday if you frequently wash your hands. A family of 5 will need 100 liters of water everyday”.

water scarcity is a global problem that needs collective action. There is no more urgent a time to address the world's water crisis than now, when people are constantly being reminded to use water to combat the spread of the virus.

ECO-IEST is organising International WEBinar on EARTH DAY on 21, 22 and 23 of April 2020 and in this occasion Prof. Senka Barudanovic from University of Sarajevo Bosnia and Herzegovina is supposed to speak on this issue.


The Webinar is FREE, and Participants can login as GUEST and you can join the webinar at: https://webinar.khanehkarafarini.com/ch/earthday



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