South Africa
Water is more precious then diamonds
Posted by Scottsville School, South Africa on 25 May 2015
Post related to A day in the life, Global Water

Water is a valuable resource throughout the entire world. Without it we are compost to make the dying Earth's ground more fertile. The activity we did on "A day in the life" showed that in some places, pure water is very hard to get or find. Only 1% of the water on Earth ( that hasn't been purified ) is pure water while 99% is salt water which is not yet drinkable. South Africa is privillaged to have pure, drinkable water ( even our toilets use pure, drinkable water to flush ) while other countries don't even have enough pure, drinkable water to survive, meanwhile we are flushing it down the toilet.

So start saving water today or you could be the one that bearly has enough water to survive.

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