As we become increasingly conscious of our environmental impact, the demand for information on how to cut our ecological footprint is intensifying. Yet, searching for quality content on sustainability that is both comprehensible and easy to share can be time consuming and occasionally challenging. When it comes to showcasing critical environmental issues, infographics could be the best available tool for both visualizing scientific data and educate the public, all in one interactive and attractive context.
CustomeMade created a wonderful infographic on the growing global water footprint. It consists of interesting, albeit alarming, data about the water footprint of different foods (meat, dairy products, fruits, etc.) and human activities (agriculture, industries etc.). There is also a list of 22 ways to reduce our personal water footprint. And don’t forget: water scarcity affects approximately 2,8 billion people around the globe.
Interesting also in measuring your own water footprint? Click here!
I would love to hear your views and listen to what you do in your daily life to reduce water footprint.