(How Does Water Pollution Affect Humans?) And India has the world's highest number of people without access to clean water, imposing a major financial burden for some of the country's poorest people. (World Water Day 2016) The effects of water pollution are Harm to the blood, damage to the brain, long-term buildup, and insidious uptake. (Sanburn, Josh, Sean Gregory, and Alexandra Sifferlin) Some 3.6 million people - including 1.5 million children - are estimated to die each year from those water-related diseases, including diarrhoea, typhoid, cholera and dysentery. Due to water pollution.
Water Contamination With the development of the human society, environmental problem has become increasingly serious. Environmental conservation, as a solution, has also aroused people’s wide concern. As one of the major parts of the environment, as well as the most important resource for human, water is a worth discussing topic. The following paragraphs will mainly introduce you about the water contamination, which is a loss of water’s use value, caused by harmful chemical substance. The cause of water contamination, those chemicals, have several sources.
Jared Snow Ms. Carrell English 1 AP 9/15/15 Water Contamination Water pollution is any chemical, physical, or biological change in the quality of water that has a harmful effect on any living thing that drinks it, uses it or lives in it. I have spent many hours of many days to research this topic to find out facts of water pollution and how to prevent it. According to Food and Water Watch there are over 780 million people all over the earth that are living without clean drinking water. Another fact is every 20 seconds a child under five years old dies from illnesses that are waterborne. There is a lot of information about water contamination, the main topics are, effects of the percentage of water contaminated, ways it gets contaminated, and what to do in the after-math.
This issues could be the reason for ending the life of more than one million people in the whole world. ECSSR 2013 states that many countries use water daily for development activities, which effect in water resources. ( ECSSR, 2013) Depleting water resources are a global challenge facing many countries around the world. Conservation water resources convert to one of the world major contemporary challenges,
Global Water Crisis GLOBAL WATER CRISIS is one of the biggest issues the world is facing. The world is running short of clean drinkable water. 1.2 billion people lack access to clean water and instead consume dirty, muddy water. Water shortage and unhygienic water has become a serious issue and a global concern, many people are dying as to this reason and the water is the root cause of many diseases and illness such as cholera, diarrhea, dysentery, hepatitis A and a type of typhoid around the world. Almost 3½ million people die every year due to this problem.
If one mediates the world around, he/she should have observed that all creatures on earth need water to survive. Furthermore, the shortage of water in the body of any living creature happen to cause health problems and even death. The idea of preserving water is a debatable subject. However, humans should stop wasting water and should not take it for granted in order to survive with a healthy body, and reduce health risks. The most important reason why people should conserve clean water is to survive.
Water pollution is a major global problem which requires ongoing evaluation and revision of water resource policy at all levels (international down to individual aquifers and wells). It has been suggested that water pollution is the leading worldwide cause of deaths and diseases, and that it accounts for the deaths of more than 14,000 people daily.  An estimated 580 people in India die of water pollution related illness every day.  About 90 percent of the water in the cities of China is polluted.  As of 2007, half a billion Chinese had no access to safe drinking water.
Statistics have shown that there are over 200 rivers as well as lake basins bordered by two or more neighboring countries (Gleick, 2004). This portends widespread capacity for raised regional conflicts over common resources, especially in arid and semi-arid territories. The rapidly growing human populations, in combination with changing hydrological circumstances in many parts of the planet, are likely to exacerbate existing tensions over water security and create new sources of potential conflict in regions that are relatively stable today (Kundzewicz & Kaczmarek, 2000). Secondly, water scarcity leads to economic slowdown. Without water, crops cannot grow, and without crops there is no food.
Without it, there would be no vegetation on land, no oxygen for animals and humans to breathe and the planet would look entirely different than it does today. Water is necessary keep people's bodies and the environment healthy and should be valued and protected as the precious resource it is. Water is
One of the important ways of saving our planet is by using water in a mannered way thus conserving it will provide people with a better life. Everybody knows that water is life without it no living thing will exist or function well. As water is an important aspect of life, my focus will be on ways on how one can be able to save water. Report on phase1 In phase 1 many people hears about water conservation weekly and daily but less hears