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5 facts you need to know about water before it's gone

5 facts you need to know about water before it's gone

Let’s face it; water is something most of us take for granted. This substance accounts for 75% of our bodies’ composition as well as the planet we live on. Yet, only 1% of the water on Earth is drinkable.If there was ever a paradox, this is definitely one of them.

Given this survivalist supply and demand perspective, it is worth emphasizing the need for strict conservation measures on both a global and local front. People need to be informed about what is going on and take action on an individual level to preserve this precious resource.

In other words, if we all want to continue drinking water and using it for our everyday needs (e.g. cooking, cleaning, etc.); it is time to get serious about conserving water! H2O should never be taken for granted, so with that, here are a few fun facts about water we thought you might want to know before it disappears.

If you live in California or the Southwest region of the United States in general, then you can fully appreciate the following list (if you are unaware, the state recently had a major drought).

5 facts about water

H2O is the essential key to life as we know it; the above facts about water are a testament to the vitality of this precious resource, and why we should all have some more appreciation for its conservation. This is crucial to the survival of our planet. So, always remember to do your part (even if you cannot afford to tow an iceberg)!