On average, each American directly uses more water outdoors (101 gallons per day) than indoors (69 gallons per day).
69 percent of global freshwater is stored in glaciers and ice caps.
One pound of potatoes has a water footprint of 119 gallons.
It takes 3 liters of water to produce 1 liter of bottled water.
A single margherita pizza requires 333 gallons of water, enough to fill almost ten bathtubs!
Creating a gallon of ethanol consumes about 100 gallons of freshwater. In some regions, ethanol production can take three or more times that amount.
30 percent of global freshwater is groundwater.
A typical chocolate bar has a water footprint of 449 gallons.
One slice of bread has a water footprint of 11 gallons.
Only.007% of all water on earth is accessible for direct human use.
On average, one large banana has a water footprint of 42 gallons.
Together, China and India have 37 percent of the world's population, but are home to just 10.8 percent of the world's water.
The average American throws away 20 pounds of food each month or about two-thirds of a pound per person per day.
About 29% of the total water footprint of the agricultural sector in the world is related to the production of animal products.
One ton of carbon dioxide pollution causes around $20 of damage to economies, ecosystems and human health.