In order to sustain life on Earth, we need fresh water. Though it seems we are rapidly running out of the fresh water we have in our world due to our rapidly increasing population. With the population rates we are increasing at, it is believed that our fresh water supply will reach its limit by the year 2050. In order to hold onto what little fresh water we have, we can find ways to recycle our water or work to conserve our water as a community and not waste what little of it is left.
Image Source: Drinking water from a pump. Mali. Photo: © Curt Carnemark / World Bank Photo ID: ML119S17 (Creative Commons)

What is happening to our fresh water? (Tag: fresh water)

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