You can drink whatever you want at home, but it’s better to avoid drinking the water you consume.
Polygon has a new report out detailing what’s going on in Brazil right now, and it’s not pretty.
It’s been a long, complicated and bloody week in Brazil.
At the beginning of this week, the country experienced its first water crisis since the start of the year.
It’s a real shame.
It was clear there was a lot of water out there and there was not enough to go around.
That meant that a lot people had to go without water.
It was a sad, difficult week in a lot the major cities, as well as some of the rural areas.
We are now witnessing the effects of a massive loss of water from a massive drought, with a large number of communities in some areas already suffering from water shortages.
The report focuses on one area of Brazil where the situation is particularly worrying, where over 50% of the population relies on water for their daily needs.
And it’s a really bad situation.
According to the report, a huge amount of water is being pumped into the country by water companies to help them meet demand.
And that’s not enough.
It turns out that most of this water is coming from the aquifers of the Amazon.
And in some places, they are also pumping it out from rivers.
This water is also being used for fertilizers, and for heating.
And now the water is not coming out of the aquifer in places where it was used to irrigate crops.
This means the amount of rain that the aquifiers are producing is very low.
It is happening in a huge way in many areas in Brazil, but in some of them, it’s already affecting the water supply.
In Sao Paulo, for example, there are more than 100,000 people without water at the moment.
It will be an enormous problem if this water crisis spreads to other parts of the country.
The water crisis is a reflection of a much bigger issue in Brazil: a lack of economic growth.
Brazil’s economy is currently contracting by a staggering 1.6%.
According to the World Bank, Brazil is projected to grow by 1.8% in 2019.
That’s a big number.
The government is looking at cutting spending, cutting subsidies, and instituting policies that are going to slow down growth and put people out of work.
It is an absolutely massive problem that needs a serious response.
This is not just affecting the poor and the vulnerable.
It affects people in the middle classes as well.
There are some very wealthy people that are relying on the government for support.
And these people have been paying very high prices for water and for other essential commodities.
We know that a large part of the problem is the way the water systems are being set up.
They’re set up so that the water that is pumped from the rivers flows through a dam, which has no connection with the local community.
The whole system is designed in such a way that it is designed to be very, very expensive for the people who are using it.
The problem of the poor is very serious, as is the problem of people in rural areas, where the water system has become so broken that the people have to drink it themselves, or use it for heating and other essential things.
The problem of water in general is a real problem that is very big in Brazil and we don’t know what will happen next.
The World Bank has already been very critical of Brazil’s water system, and the new report does a lot to address that.
The biggest problems in Brazil are related to the way in which water is managed, according to the researchers.
The World Bank estimates that the government spent over $7 billion on water infrastructure over the past year.
The Brazilian government is using over 2 billion litres of water per day, which is about 3 times more than it spent on water over the same period last year.
And this is all for a country of only 1.5 million people.
The researchers note that the problems are far more serious in areas where the local water companies are very inefficient and that they are not taking into account other aspects of the supply system.
For example, they do not take into account that the main water source is the aquificas.
The government is spending huge sums of money on infrastructure and on water, but this is going to be a very expensive system in the future.
In other words, Brazil’s problems with water are going deeper than the problem with the supply.
The system is not working in a way which is sustainable.