Celebrate World Water Day ahead of March 22 with WWF’s Photo Contest

Your creativity behind the camera lens could win you bragging rights. Enter theWWF Photo Contest and your photo and name could be featured in next month’s e-newsletter…. READ MORE 

Nourishing Grassroots for Canada’s World Water Day

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Nourishing Grassroots for Canada’s World Water Day

HAMILTON ON, March 17th, 2015
In record numbers, Canadians are taking action in support of World Water Day (March 22nd). This year, they are turning to over 100 grassroots, non-profit organizations officially marking World Water Day by launching rain barrel sales to raise funds for their local projects. Whether it be donating to local or distant charities, providing assistance directly to those in need in their community, building beautiful outdoor spaces, or promoting sustainability, these schools, horticultural societies, service clubs, and faith-based groups, all recognize the importance of water conservation and the role rain barrels can play in the sustainable management of our limited water resources.

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World Water Day 2015 – Let’s #Pledge2Protect our lakes and rivers

March 22 is World Water Day ­– a day to celebrate and protect water. In 2012, the Harper government gutted the Navigable Waters Protection Act and removed protections from 99 per cent of lakes and rivers in Canada. The government also specifically exempted pipelines projects from this act, leaving waterways vulnerable to pipeline spills…. READ MORE HERE.

Don't Take Water For Granted

Those who live in Port Hope recently got a lesson on the importance of water and why we shouldn’t take it for granted.

As the onslaught of below-normal temperatures continued for weeks on end, the town’s water treatment facility felt the effects. An intake pipe that extends into Lake Ontario became clogged with ice, preventing the flow of water from the lake from reaching the facility. The result was a steady decrease in the amount of water being pumped in until eventually no water was available at all… CLICK HERE to read more.

Clean drinking water changes lives

This World Water Day, March 22, international development organisation, WaterAid is urging Australians to think about the water and sanitation crisis unfolding on our doorstep.

In her gold Wallabies jersey, 16-year old Vanessa could easily pass for a normal teenager. However, growing up, Vanessa was one of the 748 million people around the world that does not have access to safe water. The problem might seem faraway but believe it or not, it is right on our doorstep. CLICK HERE to read more.

Water Now Generates over 500 Million Social Media Posts in Support of United Nations World Water Day

Water Now, a cause brand created by leading philanthropic producer David Clark today announced the launch of a global clean water campaign developed to inspire, educate and empower people to provide clean water to the 748 million people living without it.

The campaign is in support of World Vision Water, and as a partner of UN-Water’s World Water Day. Beginning today, dignitaries, celebrities, and the public are encouraged to go to Cause Flash to lend their own social media voice to the worldwide initiative. CLICK HERE to read more.

lokai Launches Limited-Edition Blue Bracelet To Celebrate World Water Day And Support Partner charity: water

lokai, a global lifestyle brand for seekers of balance, announces today the launch of its first colored bracelet: blue. lokai is donating three dollars for every blue lokai sold between March 1-March 22 to charity: water in celebration of World Water Day. lokai’s goal is to help charity: water bring clean drinking water to 10,000 people in Ethiopia. CLICK HERE to read more.

Record 400,000 will take part in Singapore’s World Water Day celebrations

This month, World Water Day will see “more than 400,000 people in different communities all over Singapore” supporting Public Utilities Board’s call for everyone to cherish and conserve water… CLICK HERE to read more.

National Water Week and World Water Day: The Importance of Managing Our Resources

The increasing demand for water on the African continent is forcing water utilities to expand and improve their treatment and distribution capacities. African Utility Week event director Evan Schiff says the upcoming National Water Week (17-23 March) and International Water Day (22 March) “are important days to make us aware of the challenges, remind us that every drop counts and that water is a finite resource.” CLICK HERE to read more.

To Love Water Is to Celebrate Life: World Water Day

Expressing love is the best way to nurture relationships of all forms. When we love our garden we will spend time with it, this will make our plants blossom and bloom with vibrancy… CLICK HERE TO READ MORE