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Questions regarding sustainable use of water, or water's impact on sustainability in general. For questions on [waste-water], [greywater], [seawater], [water-footprint] or [virtual-water] please use that tag.

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To a decent approximation the amount of free water (i.e. liquid and gas) is fixed. Ice sheet melting of course increases this slowly. But so much of the free water is in the oceans that the amount …
answered Nov 3 '16 by Chris H
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You could choose to buy coffee from somewhere that's not short of water. I've got a rather nice Costa Rican fairtrade on the go, for example. This doesn't deal with the transport or roasting energy consumption/emissions, but does address your main point. …
answered Dec 8 '15 by Chris H