World Water Day 2017

by Gemma Harbias

21 March 2017

World Water Day is on the 22nd March every year throughout the globe. It is about taking action to tackle the water crisis.

Did you know; “Today, 1.8 billion people use a source of drinking water contaminated with faeces, putting them at risk of contracting cholera, dysentery, typhoid and polio.” 

Water is important for every human being, animal, plant and the environment. Unfortunately it is lacking in many parts of the world and without water results in many problems. This years theme is ‘Waste Water’. Too much water is wasted in the world, from home, cities and agriculture and it needs to be treated before flowing back to nature. This dirty water is polluting our environment and we need to work together to reducing this problem. There are many ways to reuse wasted water such as in our gardens, by reusing the waster water in an efficient way we can reduce pollution on earth and help many species. To learn more about how you can reuse your wasted water click the link above.

You can also raise more awareness about wasted water and why it is so important for our world by fundraising. Their are many ways and every drop counts! So don’t waster water..reuse it!

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