What Happens When There’s Nothing Left to Drink?

Press/Media: Research

Description

Julia Brown comments on how many countries with water-intensive agriculture and industry lack adequate safe drinking water

Period24 Apr 2021 → 5 May 2021

Media coverage

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Media coverage

  • TitleWater Crisis: What Happens When There’s Nothing Left to Drink?
    Degree of recognitionInternational
    Media name/outletThe Real Truth
    Media typeWeb
    CountryUnited States
    Date5/05/21
    DescriptionEven though water covers 71 percent of the Earth, just 1.2 percent is available for human use. And it does not take much to taint this liquid resource. The U.S. Bureau of Reclamation said: “A gallon of paint or a quart of motor oil can seep into the earth and pollute 250,000 gallons of drinking water. A spilled gallon of gasoline can pollute 750,000 gallons of water.”
    URLhttps://rcg.org/realtruth/articles/210505-001.html
    PersonsJulia Brown
  • TitleToxic waste: The most polluted waters in the world
    Degree of recognitionInternational
    Media name/outletThe Independent
    Media typeWeb
    CountryUnited Kingdom
    Date25/04/21
    DescriptionFrom raw sewage to microplastics, our oceans and waterways are becoming more toxic by the day
    Producer/AuthorStuart McDill & Alex Richardson
    URLhttps://www.independent.co.uk/climate-change/news/river-pollution-climate-crisis-plastic-b1834316.html
    PersonsJulia Brown
  • TitleToxic waste: The most polluted waters in the world
    Degree of recognitionInternational
    Media name/outletTheWashingtonTime.com
    Media typeWeb
    CountryUnited Kingdom
    Date24/04/21
    DescriptionAbout four billion people experience severe water shortages for at least one month a year and around 1.6 billion people – almost a quarter of the world’s population – have problems accessing a clean, safe water supply, according to the United Nations.
    URLhttps://www.thewashingtontime.com/toxic-waste-the-most-polluted-waters-in-the-world/
    PersonsJulia Brown