Grants Pass, OR (PRWEB) December 19, 2016
In recent episodes of her nationally syndicated radio program, The Sharon Kleyne Hour Power of Water, Global Climate Change and Your Health on Voice of America, host and water expert Sharon Kleyne called for more responsible water management to avert a deepening world crisis of available fresh water.
To that end, Sharon Kleyne urged deeper understanding and more education about the value of water and responsible water management. “Before passage of the Clean Water Act in 1972, Kleyne said, “we were terrible stewards of nature’s gift of water.” Kleyne reminded listeners that we dumped waste and sewage into lakes, rivers, streams and the ocean, damaged natural habitats and endangered future life on the planet. “I’ve always been an advocate of concrete canals, reservoirs and dams,” Kleyne said, “yet we must also pay attention to nature’s lessons, especially when it comes to replenishing water lost to evaporation and run-off.”
Sharon Kleyne recommended an essay by Kevin L. Shafer, Executive Director of the Milwaukee Metropolitan Sewerage District. In Healing the Sins of Our Past through Responsible Water Management (collected in the anthology, The Value of Water: A Compendium of Essays by Smart CEOS edited by Donna Vincent Roa & the Value of Water Coalition), and she shared this key passage: “Watersheds are nature’s boundary,” wrote Shafer, “for how water flows over land. As the water flows, it is used and reused. Responsible management of that water means that we will have to track this path and develop integrated approaches from the most upstream point to the most downstream point. The watershed approach will greatly expand the universe of people that must be reached.”
Sharon Kleyne pointed out that nature’s infrastructure worked for thousands of years before humans tampered with and messed up so many waterways by creating wasteful run-offs and polluted bodies of water. “Yet, the good news,” said Kleyne, “is that what worked before with water can and will work again.” Kleyne, the founder of Bio-Logic Aqua® Research Water Life Science®, noted that current responsible water management tries to have as little impact on water as possible. “Yes, we need to update water treatment facilities and add new ones,” said Kleyne. “We also need to build more concrete canals to catch and direct rainfall and surface water.”
Sharon Kleyne, a cutting edge entrepreneur, who created the first successful global company focusing exclusively on water, is internationally recognized as an educator, research leader and creator of new water technology. She also continues to lead efforts to educate people about the crisis of dehydration due to excess evaporation of earth’s and the body’s water vapor. Kleyne and her company have created a new Water Life Science® lifestyle. To learn more about this lifestyle and the technology behind it, Kleyne encouraged listeners to visit http://www.biologicaqua.com.
Sharon Kleyne also said that the natural watershed approach would prove to be cost-effective in the long run, especially. “With nature being allowed once more to do a lot of the work,” Kleyne said, “we’ll save billions of dollars, build better concrete canals, dams and reservoirs, have fewer repairs and reap the benefits of more abundant, cleaner water with new technology. We’ll also save the planet by saving the organisms of all living species including the water, soil, plants humans, animals and the earth’s water vapor that is evaporating at an alarming rate. That’s a concrete water project,” Kleyne concluded, “that I can support!”