This is the kind of water approximately 2.2 billion people have to drink because they do not have access to clean water. It would take about 10 billion dollars to fix all the unsterilised water problems in the world.
Every Christmas we spend about 450 billion on selfish things for ourselves when we could supply water to each child who dies every 15 seconds because they drink unclean water. Is it really too much to give a little to save a lot of lives?? this really convicts me.
Barry's Response - Not much money, really. Is it? Would it provide an indefinite solution to the water problems? If so, it's easily worth it.
Pollutions is destroy our world,please heal and save the world
by khin maung gyi
We have seen water pollution due to waste chemical compounds such as carbon, nitrogen dioxide and other toxic materials. These things can destroy our natural environment and they pollute our water and air.
To protect our nature, pure water and air, we should enforce environmental law and policy and think about how we can reduce waste materials as well as how can mankind recover our natural resources.
Barry's Response - According to Wikipedia, "Pollution is the introduction of contaminants into a natural environment that causes instability, disorder, harm or discomfort to the ecosystem i.e. physical systems or living organisms." These are perfect examples.
Yes I agree, anything that reduces pollution is certainly desirable.
Save our earth's living organisms; they are also living beings like us and they also want their lives.
Barry's Response - Through recent developments in science, mankind has become aware of the living organisms you mention and of how forces within nature, including our effects on nature, affect these species. Now that we know about problems, we are in a position to address them.
Science experiments to help us understand and protect life, the air, nature and the earth. They also assist us in improving our own lives.
Water is important for our live day, so please don't throw rubbish into the river.
Barry's Response - you said it. Taking care of our resources starts at the individual level. It's really the easiest way to start, then we can tackle the corporate-industrial input with a bit more backbone.