During the presidential campaign, I noted a graphic series of handouts available at Starbucks that explored the most contentious issues.
It was produced by Good magazine, and so was this.
In case you you're not sure it's worth the click, it's really pretty cool: One level of the graphic breaks down the day into typical endeavors (Rise and Shine, Breakfast, Lunch, etc.) and compares the water costs of various choices. Another level compares individual actions for water use, which gives an idea, for example, how a toilet flush compares to producing one pound of beef. The graphic also compares how much one uses in the action to how much water is used to enable the action — the "embedded" water, so to speak.
They do good work.