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Digital register for drinking water in Russia
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Unified Digital Register of Drinking Water to be Launched in Russia

Operational control over the rational use of water resources will ensure the Unified Digital Register of Drinking Water, Russian Minister of Natural Resources and Ecology Alexander Kozlov told reporters on May 17.

“In order to properly plan and manage competently, we need a complete picture of the state of water bodies and their use. The unified register will become such a place. We will be able to balance and redistribute capacities between water-deficient regions and regions where there are enough water resources,” Kozlov said.

According to the minister, the registry being created in Russia will make it possible to quickly control the rational use of water resources, calculate the needs of the regions, and also redistribute water supply sources to the arid regions of the country.

It is noted that the Unified Register has already been tested in the Tula and Kaluga regions, and it will fully work in 2024.


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And Russia is not a country with limited water resources.
в ближайшем будущем во всем мире  потребление сильно упадет (включая сокращение продуктов питания)  ... Кто будет возражать -  будуть  закрывать рот силой...  Причем аргументация будет -   экологической... Разумная земля (природа, ноосфера) - важнее человека...

28 07 19|14 = 68
01 09 19|39 = 68
24 02 20|22 = 68
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That just seems weird. Out of place. Russia has a lot of water even though there are dry regions. 

But top-down control of drinking water? 

What could go wrong?
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Welcome back USSR? Wait, nvm, this is/will be happening world-wide. Part of the UN/WEF agenda. Water wars coming next.?

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Russia’s National Track and Trace Digital System, Chestny ZNAK, covers a wide range of products and industries, including bottled drinking water. The pilot for bottled drinking water began on April 1, 2020, and is scheduled to end on June 1, 2021.

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This has been in the works for a long time, at least 40 years. In the late 1970's a CIA-connected think tank came out with a report that made dire predictions of water shortages and drought (this was PG - pre Greta, so global cooling was the boogey man in those days, and cold air holds less moisture than warm air, so the predictions were for droughts), food shortages, wars, and mass immigration invasions. Most of it was blamed on overpopulation rather than weather patterns, as populations fought for control of other people's turf.

It was sort of a self-fulfilling prophecy. Global populations have doubled since then, while Earth's carrying capacity has not. There is bound to be strain. All this was supposed to start in the late 90's or early 2000's, so they are just a little late getting their plans kicked off, by about 20 years or so. It was probably delayed by having to switch to the global warming scam to scare folks with, since we all suddenly realized that no one was freezing to death or having to fight woolly mammoths.

I wonder what the next big boogey man will be when folks realize that mountains are not melting in the heat? Or will they even need another one once they get everyone locked down?

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(06-03-2022, 03:35 AM)Ninurta Wrote: This has been in the works for a long time, at least 40 years. In the late 1970's a CIA-connected think tank came out with a report that made dire predictions of water shortages and drought (this was PG - pre Greta, so global cooling was the boogey man in those days, and cold air holds less moisture than warm air, so the predictions were for droughts), food shortages, wars, and mass immigration invasions. Most of it was blamed on overpopulation rather than weather patterns, as populations fought for control of other people's turf.

It was sort of a self-fulfilling prophecy. Global populations have doubled since then, while Earth's carrying capacity has not. There is bound to be strain. All this was supposed to start in the late 90's or early 2000's, so they are just a little late getting their plans kicked off, by about 20 years or so. It was probably delayed by having to switch to the global warming scam to scare folks with, since we all suddenly realized that no one was freezing to death or having to fight woolly mammoths.

I wonder what the next big boogey man will be when folks realize that mountains are not melting in the heat? Or will they even need another one once they get everyone locked down?

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funny you mentioned that, i was perusing the internet fish wrappers,their still pushing the mountains are melting, at least the Alps.


Quote:The impact of global heating on the Alps is visible from space, with the snow-white mountains increasingly colonised by green plants, according to a study of high-resolution satellite data.

Link: Global heating is turning white Alps green, study finds
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