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Currently in South Africa: Cape Town’s drought and associated water shortage has officially escalated to the level of a DISASTER! The hope for a natural solution to the worst drought in over a century ended with the close of their main rainy season in September, 2017. It is abundantly clear that water in the dams supplying the city will not last until the next summer rainy season in 2018. Residents of even coastal towns are restricted to using roughly seven gallons of water a day per household.  On an almost daily basis, the Capetownians are being told that Day Zero is fast approaching and that unless some miracle happens before April 21, 2018 -  there will be no more tap water for anyone.

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Droughts, Floods, Earthquakes, Fires, Tsunamis, Pollution, Hunger, Thirst and Energy Deficits

How can we globally lessen the stress of, and diminish the wrath of the next round of Natural Disasters? Up until now you may also have thought that you can’t do anything about them anyway… so why even try?  You may choose to ignore the warnings and “HOPE” that none of these unimaginable tragedies will ever affect you or your loved ones.

Wishing our way to a better planet won’t help much, but the good news is that we believe that there is A LOT WE CAN DO together, NOW - to help change the planet in a powerful way for all of us. It is the mission of the The Voycanal Project, to show you how you can make a difference on the planet and participate in one of the most important projects of our time. 

Let’s Start/Begin with Water – A little History. Past and Present

Humans and other living organisms are comprised of about two thirds water.  All creatures depend on it for survival. According to the National Drought Mitigation Center in the United States, there are over a million people suffering from the effects of drought right now and the situation is getting worse each year.

California and the Western United States are suffering from droughts, but there are other regions around the world where a lack of water has reached an unprecedented crisis for their residents and in some places, water is so scarce that municipal supplies are being rationed or even shut off completely.

Americans tend to take it for granted that when we open a tap, water will come out. Western states have been dealing with water restriction problems for a while, but they will soon be joined by other states. 

At the same time that droughts, flooding, and climate changes impede America’s water supply, demands from population growth and energy production will put even more stress on our own fresh water requirements, according to a report from the U.S. Government Accountability Office.

These two changes squeeze our natural water reserves from both directions. The stress is becoming clear and will soon manifest as water scarcity problems all over our country.

According to the U.S. Government Accountability Office, — 40 out of 50 states have at least one region that's expected to face some kind of water shortage in the next 10 years.

Other countries are experiencing even worse scenarios right now

The World is in Crisis!
What if you could STOP Floods, Droughts, & Poverty


India's Got Big Problems Too!

According to the World Resources Institute, 54 percent of India is experiencing high or extremely high water stress. Mumbai is facing one of the biggest groundwater crises on the planet, which is being fueled by searing, deadly temperatures.  NASA satellites reveal that Northern India is experiencing one of the quickest depleting aquifers on earth. Large scale irrigation practices are to blame, with farmers using more water than ever, and run the risk of collapsing the system, ruining the supply of potable water forever. The region is already dealing with a polluted water crisis, makes this loss of groundwater a catastrophic nightmare for everyone.


Dozens of cities are on “crisis watch” along Florida’s 1,350 mile coastline. Rising waters are a growing concern for everyone! Rising tides are no longer a matter for scientists to decipher, but an important puzzle that we all need to solve.   NOAA (National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration) reports that sea levels are rising by more than a third of an inch every year.  Conservative projections by NOAA scientists put the seas around Florida up more than 17 inches along the east coast by 2030.  With just a nine inch rise in coastal waters could cause “significant risk to life and property”.  By the turn of the century, NOAA projects that the ocean will be 10.5 feet higher, which will cause low lying coastal states to become no more than scuba diving destinations.  Just 3 feet of sea level rise will cause 1.2 million Floridians to abandon all low lying communities and move to higher ground.  Strong measures need to be taken to help avoid a massive flooding crisis.

So, with a global problem becoming increasingly worse, - what can we do about it?

We must join forces as individuals and share the responsibility in reconstructing the earth and redistributing water throughout all nations, in order to create a sustainable planet. It’s time to reach out to world leaders, join forces and help to turn the world around for all future generations to come.

In a series of highly acclaimed Documentaries produced for the former Vice President Al Gore’s 2006 campaign entitled “An Inconvenient Truth”, Mr. Gore states: “Future generations may well have occasion to ask themselves, “What were our parents thinking? Why didn't they wake up when they had a chance?” We have to hear that question from them, now,” he notes in the same Academy Award-winning documentary.

“Ultimately, we are going to win this thing,” Gore told thousands of enthusiastic people during a 2014 speech in Hawaii. It requires changes “beyond our routine,” he explained.

“I know that we are capable of that,” he assured in a break of optimism.
“Our way of life is at stake, our grandchildren are at stake, and the future of civilization is at stake.”

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