Every day, we each go about our daily routines--get out of bed, take a shower, grab some coffee, go to work. But what we don't realize is that with even the most mundane of things, we make personal choices that can affect the environment tremendously, especially when seen on a global scale. This video by the World Wildlife Fund (WWF) shows how a single latte takes 200 liters of water to make--and multiplied by the number of people all over the world who buy a cup of joe in the morning, that's an ocean's worth! Watch the clip--and be inspired to make more responsible choices.

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