Saving The Planet’s Water, Nature’s Way Through Every Stage of the Water Life Cycle

Our planet’s fresh water resources are derived from two sources ground water and surface water. Usable fresh water amounts to less than 1% of the total water that resides on earth. It is the most precious resource we have, yet human kind continues to pollute it. Around the world governments and individuals are starting to realize that we no longer can

take fresh water for granted. We need to be more diligent in protecting its resource, that is crucial to plant and human survival. To make changes in our habits we must understand the life cycle of water and how it may be impacted from unpredictable weather derived from climate change and other human activities that interrupt the ecological balance of clean water.

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