Saving Water

Conceptual art showing a water droplet with ice at the top and water at the bottom with two polar bears playing in the water

Water is found in three states of matter on Earth – solid (ice), liquid (lakes, rivers, oceans), and gas (humidity in the atmosphere, clouds). The same water has been cycling through these three states for millions of years. We are drinking the same water dinosaurs also drank. However, only 0.3% of the Earth’s water is usable by humans. We need to keep our water clean and available for our communities to use for as long as possible. Conservation and proper water management are very important for the survival of all living things. To learn more about saving water, visit Saving Water Learning Resources.