How People All Over The World Are Resolving to Reduce Water Scarcity

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16 Jan

How People All Over The World Are Resolving to Reduce Water Scarcity

Water is a finite resource which means that it is non-renewable, and all water currently on our earth is what all living life depends on. Less than 3% of the world’s water is freshwater, most of which isn’t accessible, which leaves us with very limited resources. Issues such as climate change, pollution, population growth, unsustainable industrial management and energy production, is resulting in the rise of water scarcity and global water shortages.

By managing the issues that are essentially by our own doing, we can find solutions before any damage becomes more permanent! Go to: https://www.waterlogicaustralia.com.au/blog/reduce-water-scarcity/ to read the article supporting the infographic below from Waterlogic.

 

How People All Over The World Are Resolving to Reduce Water Scarcity

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