Limiting Water to SDG 6 is restrictive.
When the united nations defined its Agenda 2030 and split it down into 17 sustainable development goals, they parked "everything water" into number 6.
But isn't water crucial to attaining a bunch of further goals?
Isn't the lack of water a clear inhibitor to running any kind of business, hence the main obstacle to SDG 1, which is supposed to end poverty?
How can you achieve Zero Hunger, aka SDG 2, if you don't have water for agriculture?
How do you fulfill SDG 3 and its Good Health Target if you don't have safe water to eliminate the yearly 700'000 cases of child death by diarrhea?
Can you pretend your city is sustainable according to SDG 11 if it doesn't prevent floods?
Will any consumption or production be sustainable - SDG 12 - if it doesn't consider its water impacts?
And finally, when we say that if climate change is a shark, water is its teeth through floods and droughts, SDG 13 and its Climate Action clearly sounds like a Water Topic.
So, limiting Water to SDG6 is restrictive!
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