England Facing Catastrophic Water Crisis Says Sharon Kleyne

Environmental Agency warns Britain of Major Water Shortages by 2050. Nature’s Pharma®/Water Life Science® Solutions Needed in Britain Claims Radio Host.

The Environment Agency of Great Britain has warned the British government that unless water use and wastage are not curtailed soon, the country will face a severe, life-threatening water crisis by the year 2050. This is why Sharon Kleyne, founder and research director of Bio-Logic Aqua® Research/Water Life Science® in Grants Pass, Oregon argues for adoption of her Nature’s Pharma®/Water Life Science® lifestyle.

“Nature’s Pharma®/Water Life Science® is an educational, proactive lifestyle that teaches the Power of Water® for better health,” says Kleyne. Kleyne explains that the water vapor of earth’s atmosphere contains the secret of all life on the planet. “Water is the breath of life,” says Kleyne. “If too much of that water vapor evaporates and is not supplemented and replenished with pure water, then all life will face extinction.”

According to England’s Environment Agency’s first major report on water resources in the country, growing population and climate change are rapidly making worse a deteriorating situation. The report claims that more than 3 billion liters of water a day are wasted in Great Britain. To make matters worse, extracting water from aquifers is taking place at an unsustainable level of 28 percent. “We need to change our attitudes to water use,” says Emma Howard Boyd, Chair of the Environment Agency.

Kleyne, host of the educational, nationally syndicated radio program, The Sharon Kleyne Hour Power of Water®, Nature’sPharma®Water Life Science® on VoiceAmerica sponsored by Nature’s Tears® EyeMist®, agrees with Boyd. “The average person in England,” says Kleyne, uses 140 liters of water every day. That’s too much! This over-usage must stop. Kleyne says that Nature’s Pharma®/Water Life Science® education teaches people to use less water washing clothes and themselves and to refrain from flushing the toilet too much. If it’s brown, flush it down; if it’s yellow just be mellow is a well known and popular rhyme for water conservationists.

According to British scientists and researchers, the government has already issued a 25-year plan containing the suggestion that an individual’s water use be reduced to a 100 liters a day or less. In a country of excesses like the U.S., this target might be unrealistic. Indeed, the current government has failed to create a long-range water plan at all. Yet, in England, the odds are better that the nation’s citizens will respond to the building crisis in time. The British have a proud history of banding together to deal with national and international crises, Kleyne reminds us, so it is a good bet that they will rise to meet this occasion, too. As they do, they will be providing an example of Nature’s Pharma®/Water Life Science® education and community action at is best.

“There is no life on earth without the Power of Water® and Nature’s Pharma®/Water Life Science®,” says Kleyne.

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Before you read this article, what did you know about Nature’s Pharma®/Water Life Science® as a lifestyle? Had you already read anything about England’s impending water crisis? Would you be willing to learn about Nature’s Pharma®/Water Life Science® and perhaps even adopt it as a new lifestyle? Are you intrigued by its promise to aid your quest for better health? You can listen to Kleyne’s exciting and provocative talk radio program here https://www.voiceamerica.com/episode/100129/the-sharon-kleyne-hour

You can also explore the website of Kleyne’s dynamic water research center here: https://www.voiceamerica.com/episode/100129/the-sharon-kleyne-hour

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