All about water
BY:Kate, Ashley, Rachel, and Mackenzie
Where does our water come from?
Want to purify water?
~What can be done to bring about individual and community based information?
~Where our Water comes from?
~When is the predicted time that we will run out of Water?
~How is our daily water usage impacting the local and global ecology (ecological impact around the city, Texas, and neighboring states or countries)
~Why should Texas water be conserved? and how?
Clean water vs. dirty water visual
When is the predicted time we may run out of water?
There isn't a lot of water in the state. Over 1,000 cities last year were put on a restricted water plan. Within those cities about 17 cities are in a lot of danger of completely running out of water within the next 6 months or maybe even less.
Many cities have to get there water delivered to them every single day because there is not enough in the city for everyone to have some water and even with the water brought to them everyone is on a strict limit.
This shows how little water we have and how most Texans don't even know that if we don't start saving now within 6 months to a year we could be completely out of water.
Many creatures live in the ocean. We wouldn't want to disturb their habitat. Imagine if they came and destroyed our homes.
How is our daily water usage impacting the local and global ecology?
Are water parks worth the wasted water?
Why should Texas water be conserved and how?
WHY SHOULD TEXAS WATER BE CONSERVED AND HOW?
Texas water should be conserved because of many reasons. Texas has a very dry, arid climate which means any water ids very precious. in order to keep the water from completely disappearing during dry spells, we must do our part to save it. ways to save include only using your fair share of water, aka only using exactly what you need, re-using water that isn't exactly dirty, and educating and informing people around you about the water issue. With all these efforts combined, the water issue can get better.