The human body is around 66% water, think on how many people are alive in the world today and how much water that adds up to?
Water is a precious commodity, we talk of melting ice caps due to rising greenhouse effects, yet as consumers we continue to breed uncontrolled. There are many ways to lower or limit water consumption. But I have never heard of the human body as a water vessel being discussed in this way. Is it time to consider pure existence as impactive on the environment? (Leaving animal as water vessels out of it for the moment) the focus is on creating awareness in unlikely places. We tend to think of secondary objects as contributors to resource abuse, eg. Factories, cars, population in terms of produce production etc. Instead, what about a good look at our very existence.