When you think of the words "climate change," what do you picture first? Forest fires? Melting polar ice caps? What about water? Water is a precious resource, and it is impacted immensely by the effects of climate change. It may not be obvious at first, past the melting of ice, but the warning signs have been visible for years. Climate change affects everything from the salt content in oceans to the water cycle itself (Fecht, 2019). In 2015, the United Nations developed a set of Sustainable Development Goals, or SDGs. Intending to reach them by 2030, these goals strive towards safer living conditions for people worldwide. One of these SDGs is to ensure access to sanitation and clean water worldwide (United Nations, 2015).