Posted by: rainworks | April 19, 2015

China’s struggle for water security

Peter parks /AFP/file


It’s not only this above depiction of water resource pollution, but the following article points out Agricultural and Industrial pollutions clouding our global fresh water supplies. We seem to only visibly notice the contaminations after we draw our water from the earth after it had fallen from the sky. What if we compared the Agricultural and Industrial polluted water resources to harvested Rainwater?

The following article reflects that it’s not only single countries or cities, but that it is a global crisis.

http://news.yahoo.com/chinas-struggle-water-security-033157466.html

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