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100 lessons,
4h 52m
The importance of conserving water
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In this Bytes video understand how critical it is to conserve water and know about the reasons as to why we need to conserve water.

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ur explanation is th way it should be. need to go fast.. :)
good but sad that even you did not mention anything about farmers need for water which needs it the most than any sector
I want a new video on Sentinelese of North Sentinel Island of Andaman Islands. How far do we know about them and their lifestyle? Why are they protected? Has anyone ever approached and interacted with them in any way ? How are they like?
can't we use 97% of salt water for hospitals, housekeeping etc? By this way, We may conserve fresh water.
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Very nice and important video. Thank you. Mam.
  1. Why is conserv water important? in

  2. EARTH is covered in water 71 % percent of

  3. -97% of all the water on the earth is salt water, which is not suitable for drinking. Only 3% of all the water is fresh water, and only 1% is available for drinking. -2% of the available freshwater sources is locked in ice caps and glaciers.

  4. Even though water eventually returns to Earth through the water cycle, it's not always returned to the same spot, or in the same quantity and quality By reducing the amount of water we use and waste, we can better help against future drought years.

  5. Failing to conserve water can eventually lead to a lack of an adequate, healthy water supply, which can have drastic consequences in rising costs, reduced food supplies, health hazards, and political conflict.

  6. If we reduce our use of water, we conserve the energy required to process and deliver it to homes, business, farms, and communities, and this in turn reduces pollution and conserve fuel resources.

  7. Large amounts of water are required by firefighters, hospitals, gas stations, street cleaners, health clubs, gyms, and restaurants all require large amounts of water to provide services to the community