April:Wise Water & Environment: SDG 6

April 2018: Wise Water & Environment: SDG 6

Turn the dire to wise

Call for Papers:

The dire future of water on this planet is the main reason behind the name wise waters Did you know, one in nine people in the world live without access to clean drinking water? About 3.4 million die each year from water-related diseases. Water security isn't limited to access to drinking water. Also it's about climate change — melting glaciers, rising seas, flooded coasts, and longer droughts. According to the United Nations, by 2025, 1.8 billion people will be living in water scarcity, and the demand for irrigation will jump by 15%. Without overstating it, our world will face major problems concerning water and environment with the rapidly growing demand for food, farmland, and water.
Though it's not a silver bullet, wise waters & environment conference can help to change this course.

Main Themes:
1. Future of Water: Turn the dire to wise through Innovative Solutions.
2. Wise Practices: Best Water Practices.
3. Seeing the Big Picture: Narrative Waters.
4. Ways to initiate a Wisdom Index & a Wisdom Maturity Model in the field of
Water & Environment (Deep-ecology instead of Sustainability).
5. Aligning Wise Water with SDG 6.
6. Ways to create Wise Leaders in the field of Water & Environment (both individuals & institutions).
Abstracts should be no more than 500 words.
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World Wisdom Initiative

Humanity has reached a point in its history where the critical success factor is not food or water or innovation and creating wealth, though all of these are very important. I think what we need today and for the better of our future is wisdom.

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