The United Nations predicts that by 2025, two-thirds of the world will have shortages of water. This is only 11 years away. Most would assume this will be in poverty stricken areas. This does not take away from it being a crisis on its way. So, are we doing enough? Probably not. No matter what report we look at, or how many times we recycle. So what can we do besides buy an electric care and wait for the governments to figure something out?
A lot of what makes these environmental reports so bad are the contributions from other countries. We can't do much to help them there. What we can do is get involved in voting. We must lean towards elected officials that are highly conscientious of the environment. Officials who promote the future and well-being of those under their care. Implementing facilities and programs that can be in place well before we need them to be. Not only programs for our civil water systems but also for our farms and mass food production facilities.
As the world becomes a tougher place to survive we need to make sure our country stays at the top of the food chain. It's not all about taxes. Do your research and make sure the government we vote is has the future of the 99% in mind. This is just one man's opinion.