World Water Day and it’s significance
March 22 is World Water Day, a day dedicated to drawing attention to the water-related issues that humans face in almost every country. Created by the United Nations, the goal of World Water Day is to bring aide to people who truly need it across borders. Someone said that the third world war will be happen for water.
World Water Day became a UN observance day in 1993. It seeks to focus attention on the global water crisis. On 22 March every year, people and organizations mark World Water Day by taking action to tackle the water crisis.
Of the day is not only to protect unnecessary use of water but also we should have not pollute water. Water pollution is now a massive disaster. Water pollution effects our ecosystem and make it unbalance. Start the decaying our wildlife and marine life.
Chemical Pollutants from factories art directly Rose into seas and oceans it causes fishes to die and create an imbalance in our ecosystem. Sometimes fish eat chemicals and then human eat that fish. In this way the chemical transfer into humans body and a new origin of disease have found.
HOW TO OBSERVE WORLD WATER DAY
Clean up your local water source
Grab some friends and form your own water clean up crew. This may seem like a small and insignificant step, but litter and garbage are very hazardous to wildlife. Also, the small rivers and streams near you likely feed into a larger body of water. If you don’t pick up that discarded six pack ring, it could find its way into the ocean and become very bad news for a fish or seagull.
Try to reduce your water footprint
It may not seem like you use a lot of water in your daily life, but you’d be surprised how much water it takes to perform household tasks. The average American shower uses about 17 gallons of water, while a single toilet flush uses a staggering 7 gallons. If you’re interested in decreasing your daily water usage, there are many products – such as low flow toilets and shower heads – that can help you do just that.
Organize an event to raise awareness
If you want to see a grand and immediate impact, you could organize a charity event. All over the world, communities hold events for World Water Day. You could focus on simply raising awareness about any number of the water related issues we face, or you could even collect donations for areas with extreme need.