Climbing Mt. Everest is pretty tough, but if you make it to the top, at least it’ll be easier to boil water.
If you take the total amount of water on Earth and divide it by the world population, that equals about .204 cubic kilometers of water per person.
Just how much water is that? Well, it is about .6 times the volume of oil transported by oil tankers worldwide in a year:
But what about just the fresh water?