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World Water Day 2016
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Research this year has shown that two thirds of the world’s population (over 4 billion people) live with severe water scarcity for at least one month the of year and although you might not live within the population who sees the daily decrease of this natural resource, it still affects everyone's daily lives. Water does not only energize our bodies as we consume it, but it powers the industries that provide us with our everyday necessities and even our luxuries. View the infographic below to see just how much water it takes to make items like beer, coffee, rice, chocolate and even your jeans; and what it could mean if the decrease in water continues on our green earth.