MASTERPIECES OF MONGOLIAN MODERN ART
MASTERPIECES OF MONGOLIAN MODERN ART

“Waterless flood” exhibition

“Waterless flood” exhibition for world water day

“New century art” association organized this exhibition with cooperation of WWF in Mongolia, Water department of government.

Exhibition will be exhibited in Mongolian National Modern Art gallery during 5 days from 23rd of March.

There are 7 billion people to feed on the planet today and another 2 billion are expected to join by 2050. Statistics cialis and premature ejaculation say that each of us drinks from 2 to 4 litres of water every day, however most of the water we ‘drink’ is embedded in the food we eat: producing 1 kilo of beef for example consumes 15,000 litres of water while 1 kilo of wheat ’drinks viagra type drugs up’ 1,500 litres.

When a billion people in the world already live in chronic hunger and water resources are under pressure we cannot pretend the problem is ‘elsewhere’. Coping with population growth and ensuring access to nutritious food to everyone call for a series of actions we can all help with:

    follow a healthier, sustainable diet;
    consume less water-intensive products;
    reduce the scandalous food wastage: 30% of the food produced worldwide is never buy real viagra online usa eaten and the water used to produce it is definitively lost!
    produce more food, of better quality, with less water.

At all steps of the supply chain, from producers to consumers, actions can be taken to save water and ensure food for all.

So Mongolian artists expressed their feeling by various type of artworks to call save canadian pharmacy vitaros the water.

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