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WaterAid UK 💦 Mar 20
How much water was in your coffee this morning? ☕ It might only have 250ml of actual water in it, but the water it takes to produce your morning cup is 1000 times that! With 1 in 9 living without water, thoughtful consumer choice can help ensure access for all.
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International Fund for Agricultural Development Mar 18
Friday is This week test your knowledge of everything WATER! 🌊 What percentage of people who use unsafe and unprotected water sources live in rural areas? Answer below ⬇️
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The Nature Conservancy Mar 18
More trees = more water + a more stable climate 🌳 💦 🌎 Learn more:
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IHE Delft Mar 17
Whoever you are, wherever you are, water is your human right. 2.1 billion people live without safe water at home. This , like every day, we must leave no one behind.
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DCU Healthy Mar 20
World Water Day 2019 - Sustainable Development Goal 6 is crystal clear: water for all by 2030. is reminding everyone to Drink.More. Water. for better health! 🌎💧💦
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FAO Mar 19
Not 1... Not 10... Not 50... But 70 litres of water are needed to produce one 🍏! Without water, there can be no food.
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WaterAid UK 💦 4h
Wearing any cotton today? 👕 It's shocking to think that a single cotton t-shirt has a huge hidden water cost - 2,700 litres to be precise! Ahead of , we're calling on YOU to consider the consumer choices you make to ensure water is prioritised for basic needs.
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WaterAid Nigeria Mar 18
Clean that is free from contamination should easily be accessible when needed by everyone, everywhere. No one should live without access to this life saving necessity.
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UN-Water celebrates #WorldWaterDay Mar 12
Whoever you are, wherever you are, water is your human right. But the world is not an equal place. This , 22nd March, is about tackling the water crisis by addressing the reasons why so many people are being left behind without safe water.
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The Nature Conservancy Mar 18
Stopping deforestation and replanting trees at scale is one of the most effective measures that governments can take to address climate change and water scarcity. Brazil shows where and how it can work:
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Kōkua Bottles Mar 15
RT : The theme for World Water Day 2019 is ‘Leaving no one behind’. This is an adaptation of the central promise of the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development: as sustainable development progresses, everyone must benefit.
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The Nature Conservancy Mar 18
Doubling down on the environmental holidays this week: 🌳 and 💦 are reminders of how interconnected our planet truly is. Take care of one and you take care of the other.
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Sybille Tezzele Mar 16
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WaterAid East Africa 2h
Regional Director spoke yesterday on about the upcoming and strategy launch happening tomorrow. Tayo said: 'sustainable development goal 6 - access to water & sanitation, is central to all other SDGs. It's needs to be at the centre of development'
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RACIDA Mar 19
Did you know that 3 🚹🚺🚹 out of 10🚹🚺🚹🚺🚹🚺🚹🚺🚹🚺 people worldwide do not have access to clean and safe drinking 💧💧? Now you know😊.
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The Nature Conservancy Mar 19
"I believe in people. It is people who can change environments, policies and concepts. Our job is to convince them that they can transform the world into a better world." See powerful change happening in Brazil:
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UNU-FLORES Mar 18
22 March is . This year, the theme is 'leaving no one behind'. At , our water-related research aims to address various gaps in the world, including and especially the needs of the most marginalised.
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Water.org Mar 17
Water has the power to change lives, and so do you. We empower families in need with access to safe water at home. Celebrate by making a one-time donation—or becoming a monthly supporter of our powerful solutions to the world water crisis.
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UN-Water celebrates #WorldWaterDay Mar 17
pivot event hosted in Geneva on 19 March. Launch of the UN World Water Development Report and announcement of the winner of the Stockholm Water Prize. Learn more and access the program here
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World Bank Water 2h
💧Nearly half the world’s pop. lives w/ water scarcity 🌊By 2050, nearly 20% of the world’s pop. will be at risk of floods 🌏Integrating infrastructure can help build climate-resilience. NEW REPORT:
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