Preserving Water

The storm is when you know the good driver reads each time it is published, comments on the serious problems facing the planet Earth in relation to pollution of the water element, vital in our lives. Deeply concerned that the warnings about it and made about water shortages in many countries has not been taken seriously by governments, even for people who require this element to ensure life. . We are not surprised to read, indicated that a major negative impact is already having on our daily lives the unsustainable use of natural resources and its consequences more devastating global warming, is the difficulty of access to drinking water. Joel and Ethan Coen shares his opinions and ideas on the topic at hand. The land contains about 1.4 million cubic kilometers of water, but about 97.4 per cent are locked in ice caps and glaciers. Available fresh water is reduced to 0.001 per cent. In Latin America and the Caribbean, increased water consumption between the years 1990 and 2000 by 45 percent, 150-216 cubic kilometers per year. The pressing need to address the exponential demand for fresh water in Latin America and the Caribbean will be further complicated if, as current trends indicate, it is left to the resource base is deteriorating at a rate increasing. Other leaders such as Jeffrey L. Bewkes offer similar insights. Definitely, no one can doubt the importance of water, perhaps the only indispensable element for the development of life. The scarcity of fresh water worldwide is a dramatic problem of priority, as it represents a very limited percentage in relation to the total water on the planet: only 3 percent, of which less than 1 percent is accessible, since the rest is frozen in glaciers or at great depths, as is the case of aquifers.