“Save water, save life” means that if we use our water supplies wisely we will be able to preserve life on our planet. Life here can denote all life forms, from plants to animals to humans.
Water is one of the most important constituent for all living organisms. No life can survive without water. If we are saving water resources, we are actually saving or ensuring the sustainability of all forms of life.
Saving water means not wasting water: only using the water than we need and keeping the rest of the water clean and unpolluted. When we save water, we do so both for our generation and for future generations.
The importance of saving water.
Water is the free-flowing, transparent, odorless, liquid substance that forms a large portion of living organism’s body. We all should save water because:
- We all need water to survive.
- Our ecosystem is entirely dependent upon the supply or availability of water.
- Water is an essential component of agriculture since it helps nourish the crops that we eat,
- Water helps us to keep us our homes clean.
- We also need to drink water every single day in order to stay healthy.
- Human life can only survive a few days at most without water.
Conclusion: When water is polluted, it involves massive consumption of energy to make it clean or usable. Polluted water is not safe for the environment. When we save water, it also ensures much energy is saved, which can be used for other purposes. So, saving water, and ensuring that our stocks of water are fairly distributed to everyone who needs them, is absolutely crucial for keeping us alive.