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In the year 2020, I think that we should all have a day to celebrate and thank the fact that we all have clean water to survive on. Though this sounds very childish, I think that when we have certain dates on calendars, we tend to think it is an important issue. This can help people keep in mind that water is not something we should take advantage of, it is something we should be thankful of and try to save.

Posted on April 20, 2010 at 1:36pm


A crisis that we might face in the future in New York City is the economy crisis becoming more serious. Although this is not a natural disaster like Haiti or Japan, this is a very serious issue, because if the economy falls apart, the country cannot stand. Of course, this isn't only in New York, it's all over the world. But because it is so widely spread, we must find a cure, or a resolution. Natural disasters, such as floods are also something we New Yorkers might face in the future.

Posted on April 20, 2010 at 1:33pm


Ways you can help out people who are working on the water crisis is by donating money, and helping them try and find new ideas to motivate people to act upon this issue. Also, people need to try and understand that this is a crisis, not just something that people are making a big deal about.

Posted on April 14, 2010 at 1:29pm


It is difficult to try and convince people to try and make the Earth clean. Humans are very selfish people, and they tend to only care about themselves. Although trying to make the world a better place helps all of us in the end, people don't seem to really see that since its a long term effect. I think the best idea for a water crisis would be an idea that can have people learn the importance of having water, and understand what it really means to not have something that is crucial to your… Continue

Posted on April 14, 2010 at 1:21pm

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