On March 22, 2012, the National Intelligence Council released the unclassified report, the Intelligence Community Assessment on Global Water Security. The report concludes that several regions of the world such as North Africa, the Middle East, and South Asia, will face major challenges coping with water problems. And that during the next ten years, many countries important to the United States will experience water problems that will increase the risk of instability and state failure, exacerbate regional tensions, and distract them from working with the United States on important policy objectives.

These findings reinforce the view that water is not just a human health issue, not just an economic development or environmental issue, but a peace and security issue. It supports the need to engage diplomatically and to carefully coordinate our development and diplomatic efforts.

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Fresh water is crucial to human society – not just for drinking, but also for farming, washing and many other activities. It is expected to become increasingly scarce in the future, and this is partly due to climate change.

Understanding the problem of fresh water scarcity begins by considering the distribution of water on the planet. Approximately 98% of our water is salty and only 2% is fresh. Of that 2%, almost 70% is snow and ice, 30% is groundwater, less than 0.5% is surface water (lakes, rivers, etc) and less than 0.05% is in the atmosphere.

Climate change has several effects on these proportions on a global scale. The main one is that warming causes polar ice to melt into the sea, which turns fresh water into sea water, although this has little direct effect on water supply but its decreasing planet earth fresh water stockpile.

In the sub-tropics, climate change is likely to lead to reduced rainfall in what are already dry regions. The overall effect is an intensification of the water cycle that causes more droughts globally.

"The IPCC technical report on climate change and water concludes that, despite global increases in rainfall, many dry regions including the Mediterranean and southern Africa will suffer badly from reduced rainfall and increased evaporation. As a result, the IPCC special report on climate change adaptation estimates that around one billion people in dry regions may face increasing water scarcity".

The world will be in deep trouble if it fails to tackle climate change and inequality, IMF managing director Christine Lagarde has warned. “We will be toasted, roasted and grilled if the world fails to take 'critical decisions' on climate change".  "If we don’t address these issues... we will be moving to a dark future in 50 years", she told a major economic conference in the Saudi capital Riyadh on 24th October 2017.


Nypa Palm potentially capable to produce healthy water frequently as it nature of being use to develop energy & water products at start point of tapping Nypa Palm sap process.

*If Wild Nypa Palm at Nigeria utilize (504,000 Hectares) as documented by UNIDO (United Nations Industrial Development Organization - "ASSESSMENT OF CONTROL MEASURES FOR NYPA PALM INFESTATION IN NIGERIA") could produce minimum of 28.759 Million US Gallons of Healthy Water per year that cover & support 80.610 Million Human consumption requirement of healthy water yearly.*

*Calculated as follow 1000 trees per hectares X 0.75 Liter per day X 30 days X 12 months X 540,000 Hectares X 80% (producing healthy water) equal to 108,864,000,000 liters (28,758,826,308 US Gallons)  and divide by 3.7 liter per day of human consumption and divide 365 day per year.

**After Wild Nypa palm been nurse with the IP Owners technology and skill for 2 years the production will increase as minimum as 345.106 Million US Gallons of Healthy Water per year that cover & support 967.3217 Million Human consumption requirement of healthy water yearly.**

** Calculated as follow 3000 trees per hectares X 3 Liter perday X 30 days X 12 months X 540,000 Hectares X 80% (producing healthy water) equal to 1,306,368,000,000 liters (345,105,915,695 US Gallons) and divide by 3.7 liter per day of human consumption and divide 365 day per year.

In addition, more than 20 Million Hectares of wild Nypa Palm available in the world. Most of it located at Indonesia (more than 8 Million hectares),  Malaysia (not less than 3 Million Hectares) Philippines (not less than 500 Thousand Hectares), Loas, Vietnam, Thailand, Bangladesh, Papua New Guinea and others.  

Note: Our Technology on Nypa Palm could produce * sap each tree each day yearly that content high sugar and natural healthy water.

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