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85% of the world population lives in the driest half of the planet

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783 million people do not have access to clean water and almost
2.5 billion do not have access to adequate sanitation

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Various estimates indicate that, based on business as usual, ~3.5 planets
Earth would be needed to sustain a global population achieving
the current lifestyle of the average European or North American

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Water availability is expected to decrease in many regions. Yet future global
agricultural water consumption alone is estimated to increase by ~19% by
2050, and will be even greater in the absence of any technological progress
or policy intervention

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Water for irrigation and food production constitutes one of the greatest pressures
on freshwater resources. Agriculture accounts for ~70% of global freshwater
withdrawals (up to 90% in some fast-growing economies)

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About 66% of Africa is arid or semi-arid and more than 300 of the 800
million people in sub-Saharan Africa live in a water-scarce environment
–meaning that they have less than 1,000 m3 per capita (NEPAD, 2006)

The Rain on Request Technology

Rain on Request (ROR) is an eco-friendly rain inducing technology, which was developed by world-renowned scientists from Israel.  Through a process called ionization, Rain on Request is able to induce rainfall within a 15-mile radius of a single system and can provide targeted rainfall. Our system is able to boost precipitation levels from 50%-400%.

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