Industrialization and water pollution.
Global pollution is a huge problem.
The main causes of pollution are largely attributed to industrialization. It is so bad that scientists predict that by the end of this century, if we do not change the base of operations, 20% of the world’s population will live in areas with water problems.
The hand of man has damaged the most beautiful and important waterways on the planet.
Let’s see the condition of some of the largest and most important rivers on earth.
The Rio Bravo (or Rio Grande) is the most important natural border between the United States and Mexico: The volume of the great river decreases day by day, and its waters are polluted by discharges from various industries.
Dozens of plastic processing and production plants are located on its shores and damage the environment. Exorbitant amounts of fertilizers were detected.
To this problem is added a poor treatment of wastewater that increases pollution.
The largest and most serious chemical spill into the Elk River occurred on January 9, 2014, when a foam (MCHM) used to wash coal and remove impurities that contribute to pollution during combustion, was released into the water. After this accidental spill, more than 300,000 West Virginia residents were left without access to drinking water for weeks. Even today, the environmental balance is compromised.
Severely damaged by climate change, the Indus has evaporated almost completely. Fishing and industrial discharges have certainly not helped to solve the problem.
So polluted that it has devastated almost 1,000 kilometers of ecosystem.
Traditionally considered the longest river in the world, the Nile is also no stranger to contamination. It has seen about 30 different species of fish go extinct due to industrial waste deliberately dumped into the water.
He won the award of “Most polluted river in the world”.
Until a decade ago, however, part of its waters was pure and untouched. However, the local populations have destroyed the delicate balance. Its waters today have a disproportionate level of toxic agents
From its origin in the Tibetan plateau, it stretches for almost 6,400 kilometers, flowing into the sea from the port of Shanghai. Its devastation was caused by the development of hydroelectric power infrastructure, flooding, deforestation, pollution, sedimentation, destruction of wetlands and disruption of water flows.
We could continue the list for dozens more paragraphs. It is necessary to act and do it immediately.
What is being done concretely to combat pollution?
The path towards a more sustainable future has officially begun with the implementation of the “Agenda 2030” programme, which represents common objectives on a set of important issues for development: the fight against climate change, the fight against poverty, the eradication of hunger to name a few.
In addition, the carbon tax has been introduced for some time in many countries; it is a tax on the amount of pollution.
As a company, the more you pollute, the more you are taxed.
This is also an important step towards a “Green” future.
Many companies around the world are moving towards eco-sustainability and are doing so in a completely innovative way.
Let’s talk about the world #Blockchain.
GSI Green Token: the new frontier of eco-sustainability
Giuseppe Giacalone, Donatello Maligno and Marco Meo, are the founders of Global Innovative Solutions. In 2021 they decided to innovate and launch a new project of great value on the crypto market.
Let’s talk about GSI, a BSC-based Green Token whose goal is to reduce pollution levels on the planet.
During the last quarter of 2021 it was developed and distributed for private sale.
The third and penultimate step of pre-sale is about to end (April 20, 2022): to date GSI Token has sold out on 3/3 steps.
The idea of creating a Token to solve this problem is simply brilliant.
We can see with our own eyes the beneficial impact that GSI holders are having on our planet.
The Green Revolution comes to life thanks to the collaboration between GSI and its partners, Tesimag and BluGold, excellences in the eco-sustainability sector. They deal with hydraulic turbine installations, industrial wastewater treatment plants, water purifiers, etc.
Global Innovative Solutions acts as an intermediary between the partner company and its customers.
In practice, orders that arrive at partner companies are taken over by GSI.
GSI immediately pays exactly half of the invoiced amount to the partner company by bank transfer. The other half is paid in the form of GSI tokens, purchased at the market.
In essence, every time a request for services is undertaken, for example at Blu Gold, a strong impact will be generated on the market with the consequent increase in the price of the Token.
An initiative that will completely revolutionize the “Green” sector.
The future, as well as sustainable, is certainly “ultra-technological”.
The union between these two sectors will undoubtedly lead to results never achieved before today.
What are you waiting for?
Join the GSI Green Community and go grab your tokens!