Why Is Water Conservation so Important?


Water conservation is important because the global supply of fresh water is finite. The majority of the water on Earth is ocean water which is too salty for human consumption. Only three percent of the water on Earth is fresh water.
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Three-fourths of the Earth's surface is covered by water. Ninety-seven percent of the Earth's water is in the oceans and is too salty to drink. Of the remaining 3 percent that is
Because it is a pure liquid element. We could not survive without water. We are the only planet known to have water. Hopefully we never run out.
I think that when we get into the latter years we won't have enough clean water to drink or the environment will suffer because of waterloss ,and the land will dry and it'll be like
Water is not destroyed, but can be made unusable for our purposes. It is generally more difficult and expensive to reclaim contaminated water than to implement true water conservation
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Water conservation is important because drinking water supplies are dwindling due to climate changes. Many parts of the world are frequently experiencing droughts, and conserving water will ensure that there is enough to go around.
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