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The 18th National Congress was held to put the construction of ecological civilization at the top of economic and social development, and the subsequent 19th National Congress further emphasized the importance of building ecological civilization. The top-level design emphasizes “ecological civilization” and changes the concept of environmental protection and governance, which can be learned that the state in the process of environmental protection, follow the unique natural laws of the ecological environment at the same time, further emphasize the construction of ecological civilization in the social psychology and behavioral aspects of the construction. The bottleneck of the interaction between, outdoor sports industry and water resources industry is mainly the lack of basic conditions of ecological environment, “leisure, green water, health, outdoor sports lifestyle conditions do not have, the two need to complement each other, in order to promote each other, to achieve a win-win effect. China is a large agricultural country and has an important base for agricultural production and energy. However, under the influence of different geography, climate, soil and water, and energy environment, the impact on the ecological environment is not only the same, but also the supply and demand of water resources, the distribution of water and sand and the degree of environmental pollution. This paper combines the analysis of the different geographical distribution of environmental water resources, combined with the real situation of water pollution, and deeply studies the development strategy analysis of the interaction of water resources industry.