Protecting Our Nations Water Supply
Imagine when you wake up tomorrow and there is no running water to take a shower, brush your teeth, or even have a cold drink. In today’s society, we have been experiencing an extreme drought and it is progressively getting worse and worse every day. We as Americans do not realize the harm and danger we are bringing to ourselves by wasting water without even realizing it. Most people don’t know how much water they are using; on a daily schedule the average person uses 80-100 gallons per day (EPA.gov). With usages like this in our everyday life, our society should come together and start conserving what little water we do have left. Every drop counts at this point; it is very critical that people learn to watch their water usage and not letting it go to waste. I believe the Wayne Foundation should aid me in a public service announcement to help protect our water supply while we still have it by cutting back on the water we use and conserving what we do have. I plan to show the importance through my studies that we are running out of water and that there is something YOU can do to help out.
My main purpose in this study is to inform young adults ages 15 through 35 on how to conserve and protect our water supply, by doing simple task throughout their daily lives. I chose to pick this age group because they are young and can still make an impact in our society by spreading it to others in their surroundings. There are many different ways to conserve our Nations water supply, but we just have to step back and realize what we are doing wrong and how to fix it. Many problems occur when there is a lack of knowledge being brought to the community in your city. This is why I am pleading to the Wayne foundation to aid not only me but our Nation as a whole. I believe the primary problem today is not paying attention when using water in an incorrect manner. The United States population has doubled over the past 50 years, which left us...
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