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Drought causes devastating effects on the countries that suffer it.
Water supplies are falling while demand is growing at an unsustainable rate.
The water crisis is one of the most important factors that affects us and the planet survival.
In humid areas rain is more likely to happen, while in many drought-prone areas it decreases and becomes more irregular.
Water quality will get worse with the rising of temperature and increasing pollution levels.
The increase of the amount of water needed for a population that is growing steadily.
The steady increase of urban areas with paved streets and roads speeds the return of water to the sea, because it cannot filter through the paved surface.
People do not live where the water is and this contributes to its bad distribution.
The growing industry increasingly requires large amounts of water.
Water is removed faster than recharged.
Every day 3,800 children worldwide die from diseases associated with lack of drinking water.
One out of six people do not receive the minimum amount of water recommended by the United Nations.
When people are thirsty, some simply take the common recycled plastic bottle...
... And some others buy and drink the world's most expensive water, just for its brand or image.
The price of a mineral water bottle Bling H2O ranges between 30 and 400 €.
'Berkeley Springs International Water Tasting Festival' (One of the most famous and important worldwide water tasting festival)
Bling H2O can boast of having won the gold medal in the 'Berkeley Springs International Water Tasting Festival "for its purification process of nine steps.
THE DAY WATER IS OVER, THE WORLD WILL BE OVER TOO... THERE IS STILL TIME... THINK...
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