Mexico alerts critical water shortage - 1 Sep 2009  
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Currently undergoing the most severe drought in 70 years, Mexico's water commission is calling on state governments to conserve now and mitigate the risk of critical water shortages beginning next year. Farming and drinking water supplies have already been affected, with record low levels observed in the capital city's water supply of Cutzamala reservoir.

Our appreciation, Mexico, for your efforts to preserve this precious resource to benefit the most people. As we pray for the blessing of rain to grace your land, let us strive to adopt the most effective water-saving method available – the organic vegan diet.