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ENDER YORGANCILAR: LET’S VALUE EVEN A DROP OF WATER!

Press release…

Ender Yorgancılar, Chairman of the Aegean Region Chamber of Industry (EBSO), said, “How we have understood the value of walking freely in the streets during the pandemic, I wish we would not pay a similar price for water. The value of a drop of water may be more valuable than gold in the future. That is the right time to act nowadays to avoid needing a drop of water,”

Ender Yorgancılar, who made a statement due to the danger of drought on the horizon and the dangerous limit of the water levels in the dams, noted, “I believe that we need an inclusive awareness on the issue of water shortage, which our Izmir Metropolitan Mayor Tunç Soyer shares his concerns. In the global risks ranking of the UN and the World Economic Forum, that we have been sharing with our assembly members every year for the last 5-6 years; climate and water crises maintain their place in the top 5.”

Stating that increasing population, decreasing resources, drought and consumer habits with climate change confront us with water crisis today, Yorgancılar explained, “Such that, international reports draw attention to the thirst that 40 percent of the world’s population will experience in 2050.”

‘Planning is a must!”

Reminding that we have to understand the value of water without losing it, Yorgancılar added, “Now is the time to act so we don’t need that drop of water. That’s why, we have to move to a planning in which our scientists, local, public and industrial stakeholders will seek alternative solutions and work collectively towards diversifying water resources with recycling method with common sense.”

“With the precautions to be taken before the crisis, we can pass the crisis periods more comfortably and have come an important way for a sustainable economy,” Yorgancılar concluded…

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