This video presents the vision for 2050 of the world water future. It represents the prologue of the latest edition of the World Water Development Report 2015, Water for a Sustainable World. The Report has been launched on March 20 in New Delhi, during the main celebrations of the World Water Day.
As our energy levels decrease because of our overstressed lifestyles, many people look for a quick fix to combat fatigue. Energy drinks mask the symptoms of fatigue and dehydrate the body. The majority of energy drinks contain excess sugar, high levels of caffeine and other stimulants. Recently, the 5-hour Energy shot and Monster Energy drink have come under fire. The Food and Drug Administration (USA) said this month that 13 deaths have been reported after consumption of 5-hour Energy. Last month, the parents of a 14-year-old girl filed suit, alleging that she died after drinking two Monster Energy drinks in a 24-hour period. Anais Fournier’s underlying heart condition was complicated by caffeine toxicity, according to the death certificate.
Check out this interesting article from PureLiving China, examining China’s water sources which are amongst the most polluted in the world. The majority of Shanghai residents buy bottled water, but do not filter their showers. We’re endeavouring to bring clean, healthy water to everyone in the world through our range of purification technologies.