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Water saving tips




We make nearly 1 billion international trips each year. Imagine if we reduced our water consumption by just 5 litres... we would save enough water to meet the basic daily water needs of 50 million people!

Whether soaking up sun in the tropics, caravanning in Kent, or partying in the Balearics, there are simple steps we can all take to lessen the water impact of our holiday.

 

 

You can help challenge water abuse in tourism even more by taking Tourism Concern's WET Pledge.

What is water scarcity?

In simple terms, water scarcity means a physical absence of water. However, water scarcity also exists where there is a natural abundance of water, but where government, private sector or community resources and capacity are inadequate to ensure that people have sufficient access to it.

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