Nowadays, with the looming threat of climate change, and air and water pollution part of our daily lives, it is especially important to know how safe the environment is around us.
The human body is made up of approximately 60% water. People have to drink enough water for their body systems to function properly.
Every day, we drink, use and bathe in water. Yet water contamination is on the rise, another example of our vulnerability to environmental degradation, so dramatically highlighted by the COVID-19 pandemic. The good news is that it’s easy to check water quality, and so avert the danger by ourselves.
As we move into summer, the best spots to rest are by the lake or on the banks of rivers. However, the water that we crave is not always safe for our health.
Climate change and global warming are immediate challenges that everyone must recognise and adapt to in their lives. Do you want to make a difference and mitigate the negative effects?
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