This time it's plastic to blame.
Water, water everywhere…
Can life get any worse?
There’s no point in attacking your neighbouring nations for arable land if your neighbours’ land isn’t arable in the first place.
Rising temperatures, combined with political turmoil, could mean rapidly diminishing water resources for vulnerable global regions.
South African residents are being urged to use their water sparingly as hot, dry weather pushes the country toward another water shortage.
Telegraph, WHSmith and whoever provides the water are giving up on idea.
"Water, water, everywhere, nor any drop to drink."
The benefits of adding fluoride to drinking water still outweigh the risks until there's more evidence to suggest otherwise.
Nearly 1.8 billion people, almost a quarter of the global population, live in countries that are extremely water-stressed.
Apparently it's fine as long as you haven't been bathing in bleach to wash the pain of the day away.
We should probably say "allegedly" in the irritating modern style here.
If either you or your kid has diarrhoea, don’t go swimming in pools with other people this summer!
Southern Water in a shower of shit of its own creation.
It uses 66 per cent less plastic.
By what majestic geological processes do massive bodies of space-liquid just disappear?