Saving your relationship with water
Jennifer Riley-Chetwynd |
• October 2020
We face a lot of water challenges today, not just in the developing world but also in the so-called "first world". Climate change, population growth and changing patterns of consumption all stand to negatively impact the quantity and quality of fresh water resources. Knowing these challenges exist and are multifaceted enables a broad range of people (not just the usual suspects - e.g. biologists, engineers, hydrologists) to plug in to find solutions. Once we each understand we have a contribution to make, we become vested in becoming a part of finding solutions. We realize we each have a relationship with water, and it is worth saving.