Maintaining the survival of the planet while ensuring the maintenance of the living conditions of the species that inhabit it, is the challenge of the next generations. This is urgent, because we have been living on the edge for a long time.
Water is a limited and essential resource for maintaining life on Earth.
The human body is composed of 70 percent water, and its intake is one of the guarantors of our survival as well as that of other species.
Water is fundamental for agriculture, regulates the planet's temperature, balances and conserves biodiversity, and serves for our hygiene.
If you want to continue to have water available, you have to learn how to manage this resource.
There are a number of steps to be taken, but the first and easiest is to CLOSE THE TAP
Did you know that?
- Despite occupying 70% of the Earth's surface, most of the water on our planet is salty?
- Of this total, 2.5% corresponds to the amount of fresh water present on Earth?
- Only 0.1% of this water is available for use and consumption.
- According to the United Nations Organization (UNO), more than 2 billion people in the world do not have access to clean drinking water.