A nice image describing the water problems.

Here is a image I found, and I thought that it described the water issues around the world very well. Also it’s just a very cool piece of art. One-picture-is-worth-a-thousand-words_E2_80_A6

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7 thoughts on “A nice image describing the water problems.”

  1. Charlotte found this art piece while scrolling down her personal Facebook page. it was a picture a friend of hers posted, however we were not able to find the source of the picture using the tool “google image search”.

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  2. This picture perfectly points out that we, in developed countries, don’t realise how precious water can be. While we use it and waste it just for our own fun, others don’t have enough to live and have to save and share every drop. In the future, I hope this injustice is going to change in the near future.

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  3. This picture perfectly points out that we, in developed countries, actually don’t realise how precious water can be. While we use it and waste it just for our own fun, others do not even have enough to live and have to save and share every drop of it for survival. In the future, I really hope this injustice is going to change!

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  4. Yes Helen, I totally agree with you, this picture has a power message to it. Since one of IWF’s goal is to spread awareness, isn’t a perfect way spreading awarness just in one picture. I think Batco should have deigned a vivid picture for IWF or atleast give them the idea to design a picture like this having such an emotional strong message in it. Maybe they could start putting banners around the world?

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  5. Hello Justas, I believe showing shocking messages is a very effective way to anchor the truth in people’s mind. In our capitalistic world nowadays, poeple only start carring if there are concerned themselves. The negative can have its efficiency sometimes. And tell me, is there any positive aspect about water deprivation on earth these times?

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