Things To Do On World Water Day

Happy World Water Day! You’ll be unsurprised to hear that it’s an event that we feel very strongly about, so we thought we’d let you know about a few ways that you can get involved – it’s easier than you’d think!


Learn About Water

How much do you know about the water that you come into contact with every day? We guarantee is not as much as you think you do. Why not take some time to do a little reading today? There’s a ton of useful information over on the UN Water website, and it’s well worth taking a look.

Support Sustainability

The theme of World Water Day 2015 is “Water and Sustainable Development” – in other words, the role played by water in all forms of sustainable development; food, industry, you name it! There are plenty of ways to get involved; why not sign this pledge to urge the UK government to support a dedicated Sustainable Development Goal on water and sanitation?

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Sign Up For An Event

There are tons of water-focused events going on around the world throughout the year; why not learn about them here, and sign up for a few?

Watch Water Aid’s sH2Ort Films

Hundreds of directors from around the world have submitted short films about water to Water Aid’s “sH2Ort Films” competition (see what they did there?), and they’ve now released the winner and the runners up. Congratulations to Sven Harding from South Africa who’s film “Moonwalk” was chosen as the winner: you can watch it, as long as the twenty other films that made the shortlist, here.

Help to Fund Desolenator

We’ve made it our goal to help as many as a billion people have access to fresh water with our state-of-the-art, solar-powered water purification technology. You can help us to reach our target by donating to our Indie GoGo campaign.

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