Next time you down a beer, think about this: it took a lot of water to create that brew sitting in front of you.
According to a 2010 study by the SABMillerbrewing company, the World Wildlife Federationand the German international development agency GIZ, up to 60 to 180 liters of water can be used to produce one liter of beer. Those figures cover the entire process — from crop cultivation through the brewing process to packaging and, finally, to your thirsty self. The amount of water consumed depends on how it’s used along the supply chain. Sigue leyendo