The Benefits Of Fresh Water

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"When the well is dry, we learn the worth of water", Benjamin Franklin. Water; the most fundamental building block for a thriving ecosystem. Providing ample amounts of freshwater has been a major issue in human history, tracing back to the ancient civilizations. Despite being around for hundreds of centuries, even today 1 out of 6 people do not have access to water, and more than double that lack basic sanitation. The distribution of fresh water has always been a problem, and now as the world faces a growth by up to 1 billion by 2030, the issue is strained to continue to supply not only safe drinking and bathing water, but also enough to support farming and industrial practices. By finding new innovations to advocate to this problem, the world may be able to be able to sustain the population a little longer.…show more content…
Although there are many complications to undergo these solutions, accessible fresh water is a necessity and a right that every person should be able to have freely; water is the single most building block for our world, and it's supply is running out as our population continues to

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