Obviously, you're not actually drinking all of this water. It takes much of this water to grow & make the things we eat. Find out more about your water footprint, and how you can help The Nature Conservancy reduce it here: http://nature.ly/FRtAh7
What percent of our water footprint is "hidden water" -- meaning the water that is used to grow and make things you eat, wear and use and to generate energy?
It's World Water Day — how much water have you consumed today by the time you read this post? We've all heard the recommendation that we should consume eight glasses of water a day. But the water we drink is only a tiny fraction of the full picture. Your water footprint is based on more than
In 2006, The Nature Conservancy's key partner in northern Kenya, Northern Rangelands Trust (NRT) established the Ishaqbini Hirola Community Conservancy to save the Hirola. Find our more about this amazing species and what The Nature Conservancy is doing to save them. Then see what you can do