America must spend

$0 B

in the next five years to prevent deterioration of water infrastructure.

We plan to spend half that amount.

Parts of America use up to


of their available freshwater resources.


Californians look forward to a fourth straight year of serious drought.

Transporting water is impractical, even within the U.S. Just look at the cost of bottled water.


1.2 B

people live in areas with inadequate water supply.

1.6 B

live in areas where there is water, but they can't afford to drink it.


Water use is increasing much faster than population.

Global water demands will increase by 40% in the next ten years.

By 2025,


of the world will live under conditions of water scarcity.

India WILL run out of water in the near future.

Green tech may provide a way past peak oil. There is no escape from peak water.

"A shortage of water resources could spell increased conflicts in the future. Population growth will make the problem worse. So will climate change. As the global economy grows, so will its thirst. Many more conflicts lie just over the horizon."

Ban Ki-Moon

Ban Ki-Moon

Secretary-General of the United Nations

  • Awareness

    Learn about the current global water crisis, just like you are doing right now. The more you understand a problem, the better positioned you will be to contribute to the solution. Engage in active dialogue with family, friends and colleagues. Constantly be aware of news and facts on water shortages and crisis areas, but equally as important, solutions and technologies that are part of the solution.

  • Take Part

    Join organizations that aim to preserve and defend natural resources including water. Consider donating your time and/or money with water organizations and be sure to spread the message of your participation.

  • Use Water Wisely

    Never assume that your society is too advanced to experience water shortage. It’s imperative that each of us as individuals take ownership in our attitude towards water. Turn the tap off when not in use. Minimize the flushing of toilets and bath times. Fix leaks and other water waste around your home. Most importantly, assess yourself.

  • Industries and Governments

    Join pressure groups that prevent individuals, industries and governments from influencing the environment in a harmful way. It’s important to be heard, so reach out to your local government official and share your passion of contributing to the problem. They want to hear from you!