What is our most precious resource?

(and it is not diamonds)

Concerned about our most precious resource? My family and I visited the Eco Park in Mougins, France and we were shocked with four pieces of information we found out about our most precious resource.

Here is what we learned:

Number One

We found out only one percent of the earths drinkable water is used for drinking.

Number Two

We found out that that 1.1 billion people do not have access to drinkable water and that contaminated drinking water is the greatest killer of human beings.

Number Three

We found out that that 70 percent of our fresh water is used in agriculture, 20 percent is used in industry and 10 percent for domestic use.

Number Four

What shocked us most was that the biggest polluter of our water system is the run off from modern chemical farming. The pesticides in the farming methods are poisoning our water system.

I believe one high impact solution to help reduce the impact of conventional chemical farming is to encourage more people to choose organic food since organic farmers are much more cautious about how they treat our water system. Indeed, organic food is not cheap but it can be please read on.

To help more people buy organic food on a small budget we wrote a guide filled with tips on how to buy organic food cheaply.

We were initially asked to write this guide by friends who were amazed we could afford to buy organic food when we were on a monthly income of less than $1,000 for a family of 3. 

We sold the guide first as a paper book called How to Buy Organic Food Inexpensively. Then I decided to end the use of paper, add an additional volume of tips to the guide and offer both volumes as e-books. All at a killer low price. Read about how to buy organic food cheaply here.

Now, if you want to learn more about why water is important to your success and wellness you will want to read the following article on water and its relationship to success and wellness.

If you are already convinced of the importance of drinking water and you would like to carry it with you in a non toxic way check out the following two reviews

Ten Children’s stainless Steel Water Bottles Reviewed

Adults stainless steel water bottles Reviewed

Why not send a eco-friendly water bottle to a friend as a gift?

All the best to you,

David