Water is all around us, isn’t it? Rivers, lakes, the sea you swam in on holiday or live near to. There seems to be an endless supply. So why do people repeatedly reminding us that we need to save as much as possible? It’s because statistics show that if things continue at their current pace, England will not have enough water to meet demand in 25 years, according to the chairman of the Environment Agency!Sir James Bevan, chief executive of the Environment Agency has been quoted by the BBC as saying: The impact of climate change, combined with population growth, means the country is facing an “existential threat”.