This topic is about water footprint for raising a beef, which reflects how much water is needed to produce a product. As it can be seen, there are lots of water needed for beef compare to other foods, except the rice patties, therefore, beef was used to determine the water footprint for raising a beef. In order to produce 1kg of beef, 15 500 liters of water is needed. Image of beef represents 100kg of beef, which means 1 550 000 liters of water is needed.The map with arrow shows the where and how much beef is produced and also mentions the export and import of those beef around the world. When those beef exports to different countries, this also means that the water is also moving to different countries as well due to water needed to raise to produce those beef.The imports and exports between countries in the trade represents the performance of water of individual countries and also shows the flow of water footprint.