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anand mahindra Mar 23
I should have tweeted this yesterday on but better late than never... The most significant takeaway from this video: Our Igatpuri factory’s conservation efforts have resulted in 214 days operations per year without the need for external water supply...
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Alvin Fiddler Mar 22
Today is World Water Day. The United Nations declared water an essential human right. Neskantaga First Nation under a boil water advisory for the 25th year.
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Stuart Roberts Mar 22
For too long we’ve ignored the vital role that Internal Drainage Boards play in transferring water when it is in excess. They’re also ideally situated to manage, store & transfer water as we are set to come under pressure to conserve this vital resource
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Independent Red Mar 22
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Carolyn Bennett Mar 22
All Canadians believe that everyone in our country should be able to turn on the tap and drink the water. We are now on track to make this a reality by 2021. It was a moving ceremony at Enoch Cree FN as we all were able to drink clean water from the tap.
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Hadiya Usman Mar 22
Irrespective of one's gender, social status, physical appearance or even location, having access to clean water and safe sanitation is your human right.
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Visit Sicily Mar 23
🇬🇧Some things will never cease to amaze man for their greatness. The Due Rocche waterfall, is a pristine, little piece of heaven, a wonder of nature. 📷Tony Seminara
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NGOs Working for Palestine Mar 23
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Maiza Hameed Gujjar Mar 22
Every human should have the idea of taking care of the environment, of nature, of water. So using too much or wasting water should have some kind of feeling or sense of concern. Some sort of responsibility and with that, a sense of discipline. Dalai Lama
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Joanne Hammond Mar 22
Enjoy a few moments in a back eddy on the Thomson River at Sk’emqin (Steelhead Park), vol up💦
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Stanley Bear Mar 22
It's Enjoy (from a safe distance!)
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Rally For Rivers Mar 23
The Nadi Veeras were engaged in tree plantation and watering during World Water Day. Taking care of our trees is our fundamental responsibility towards future generations.
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St. Martha Kingston Apr 23
Tonight we were honored to receive three certificates from the trustees for our Thirst video. We are excited to donate the winnings to some water charities. We celebrated with donuts and hot chocolate!
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Bri Nakamura Mar 22
After an uber inspiring and after hearing water story💧. Question for the crowd 🤔❓..Did or did ?
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Beth Adlam Mar 22
Happy at and I am doing my part by using my refillable water bottle!
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ClaireM Mar 22
We owe our children & future generations clean water to drink, swim in, fish, paddle on, and gaze out upon with wonder.
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Shades of Green Mar 22
The theme of this year is “Water For All.” What better day to support local Water Protectors, who are making huge sacrifices to ensure access to clean water for future generations.
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Ronald Kelechi Ikpe MBBS, MSc Mar 22
STOP WASTING WATER! STOP WASTING WATER STOP WASTING WATER! A lot of people don’t have access to clean water and you take delight in wasting it.
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Francesco Fatone Mar 24
My : presenting ecoinnovations in Chengdu and engaging with Chinese stakeholders ⁦⁩ ⁦⁦⁩ ⁦⁩ ⁦
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Back From Midnight 🌏🌲🌿🌱🐠🐾🐄🐖♻️Ⓥ Mar 22
One of the true heroes fighting for our planet that is dying from plastic pollution, destruction of fish stocks, deforestation, industrial agriculture creating massive ocean dead zones, rabid consumerism using up resources/trashing the world.
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