Troubled Waters

February 13, 2007 at 12:38 pm Leave a comment

It’s easy for some of us to take water for granted. It’s always available from our faucet and we have a wide selection of brands of bottled water to choose from in stores. But with continuing increases in the world’s population, water resources are being strained as never before. It’s a dwindling natural resource that is turning what should be a basic human right into a commodity to be bought and sold. These forces have threatened the well-being of poor communities across the globe.


Entry filed under: politics, religion, water.

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Save the World in Three Easy Steps.

1. Learn. Read this blog to learn more about our global water crisis and how it impacts billions of people.

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Repeat until everyone has access to safe, clean water.
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