This infographic details how much water is wasted by each region across England, and then draws comparisons between how many average African households this wasted water could sustain.
Over a million people from across the world call for decision makers to keep their promises on clean water and sanitation. Check out this cool infographic from Online Masters In Public Health for more data and be one of them.
Unsafe water is the number one killer of life. Check out the infographic below to learn about what needs to happen for us to provide clean water for people around the world.
Water: seems like humans have been fascinated with it since the beginning of time. We drink it, play in it and can’t live without it. Check out the following infographic to learn some interesting facts about water and swimming.
We urinate a few times a day. So much, we don’t even think about it. It’s just nature. But, did you ever think about what happens to your pee after you have pee’d it? If water is constant on Earth, then all pee must have been pee’d before. Learn more about this interesting topic in the following infographic
The only way to really understand and appreciate the importance of water to our lives is to look at some vital information about water needs. Najboljsa Voda does just that for us in the following infographic.
Often times we take water for granted. We see it every day. People choose to drink soft drinks rather than water, but when they need water they don’t really think twice about it. This infographic presented by plumber24hours.co.uk provides a deeper look into water around the world.
You’ve heard there’s a water crisis. But, what does that mean? After all, experts can say all they want, but when water flows in seemingly limitless quantities out of the tap and gets trucked to cities in bottles by the ton, it sure doesn’t seem like water is something we’re in danger of losing anytime soon. However, water quantity and quality should be a top issue for Americans.