Coming up this May, the State of Nebraska is holding a global water conference.
“More than 400 people from 25 countries are expected for the 2011 global
Water for Food Conference May 1-4, which will explore how to solve the
challenge of growing more food with limited water to feed the world’s
If you’ve never seen something called the “virtual water footprint”, it’s a fascinating lesson. This only makes sense as water is used in the production of food, clothing, cars, and just about everything we touch.
As the worlds population grows, the uses for and demands of- water- are only going to increase.