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When we turn on the top,we expect an abundant supply of clean, fresh water to flow out. Having one of the world's largest supplies of fresh water, these expectations may usually be met in Canada . However,in many other countries, water is a scarce commodity. Useless for drinking or agriculture needs unless the salt is removed the world contains much less fresh water (2.5 percent) than it does salt water (97.5 percent). The united nation say that in 25 years, two thirds of the world can be experiencing water shortages.

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    When we turn on the tap,we expect an abundant supply of clean, fresh water to flow out. Having one of the world's largest supplies of fresh water, these expectations may usually be met in Canada . However,in many other countries, water is a scarce commodity. Salt water is useless for drinking or agriculture unless the salt is removed. The world contains much less fresh water (2.5 percent) than it does salt water (97.5 percent). The United Nations says that in 25 years, two thirds of the world can be experiencing water shortages.

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