Save water - Stop eating meat! - eNeighbourhoods
To make a burger, first, you need 2498 litres of water … Our severe drought has made a lot of us more aware of our ‘water footprint’, the amount of fresh water we use plus the amount used for the goods and services we consume every day. The obvious contributors to our water footprint are washing, cooking and bathing. But the biggest contributor to our water footprint is our diet! While these are US figures they are indeed fascinating and there is no reason to think they are not compatible where comparable! “On average, the water