Texas Water Shortage

Charlotte Hayden, Whitney Bras, Kaden Hasbini

Where does our water come from?

The water that you drink in your every day lives, from the faucet, to a watter bottle comes from the numerous lakes in Texas. Texas also get eater from fresh water rivers, and from in the ground. We try not to purify salt water from our oceans because this is taking water away from the oceanic ecosystem. If we keep using water like it is everlasting, soon, it will run out.


Ways to prevent this from happening are taking shorter showers, turning off the faucet while brushing your teeth, and not waste a cup of water. If you drink half the cup, don't throw it down the drain, put it in the fridge for later!

When is the predidcted time that the water in Texas will run out?

The predicted time 2020 some even say in a few years. If we keep using our water like its never going to run out then it will! we all need to try and preserve water and not waste it. If we come together and try then we will be safe and have our water.


How can we save and conserve our water?


Ways to prevent this from happening are taking shorter showers, turning off the faucet while brushing your teeth, and not waste a cup of water. If you drink half the cup, don't throw it down the drain, put it in the fridge for later! If individual households do not try and help then the State of Texas will have no other choice but to enforce "water laws". These have already been enforced in some counties and cities.

Texas Water is Running Out

How is our daliy water usuage impacting the local and global ecology?

Locally we are having to cut down on water usage . Globally we are affecting ecosystems and habitats which can effect our CO2 and oxygen levels. this is a big problem, we need to act now.

What are "water laws"?

Water Laws are restrictions on your use of water. Some include; You can only water your lawn on Tuesdays and Thursdays. No one wants to have to keep track of when they can or can't do something, it's not fair. Conserve our water!