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Easy ways to reduce water pollution

Reducing water pollution

Water covers 70 percent of the Earth’s surface, but unfortunately, much of it is not fit to drink. That leaves nearly 150 million people, about 2,5 percent of the Earth’s population, without access to clean water.

But it doesn’t have to be that way. Though some people lack access to clean water due to their locations and a lack of infrastructure to get it to them, most could have clean water, if only we took better care of it. Here are some ways that people can help reduce water pollution.

One of the best ways to reduce water pollution is to not put anything down your drains that should

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Five of the Most Dedicated Soccer Countries in the World

International soccer teams

Soccer, known internationally as futbol, is the most popular sport in the world with 209 countries around the world participating in the Federation Internationale de Football Association (FIFA). In the United States there were 12,726,000 soccer participants as of 2013; figures estimate that there are over 240 million people who play soccer around the world combined. Here are some facts on some of the most serious soccer countries around the globe.

The beloved sport was first invented in medieval England at some point, although the game as we know it today has existed only since 1863 when modern rules for the code were established. England won its only World Cup in a historic and controversial match against West Germany in 1966.