A shower leaking just 10 drips per minute wastes 500 gallons of water per year. That's enough water to run your dishwasher every day for two months!
A frack job used 4.5 million gallons, of which a amount approximately 10 to 40 percent flows back to the surface as toxic water.
On average, each American flushes 18.5 gal. of water down the toilet every day. More than any other uses like taking showers or washing dishes.
Irrigation-intensive agricultural diverts 70 percent of the world's available freshwater each year.
One slice of bread has a water footprint of 11 gallons.
One egg has a water footprint of 53 gallons.
Power plants in the US withdraw 143 billion gallons of fresh water every day; more than irrigation and 3 times that's used for public water supplies.
One cotton t-shirt has a water footprint of 659 gallons.
One ton of carbon dioxide pollution causes around $20 of damage to economies, ecosystems and human health.
A single margherita pizza requires 333 gallons of water, enough to fill almost ten bathtubs!
It takes 660 gallons of water to produce one hamburger.
Corn accounts for 8 percent of global water use for crop production.
Households directly use the most water indoors in the morning (5am to 11am) because of showering and prepping for the day ahead.
The average American throws away 20 pounds of food each month or about two-thirds of a pound per person per day.
The average cheese pizza has a water footprint of 333 gallons.