Water is an essential and integral part of living and no activity is possible without it. However, with each passing day and owing to the reckless actions of human beings, the dearth of safe water has emerged as a glaring problem. In order to highlight its importance, every year on March 22, World Water Day is celebrated. This year the theme is ‘Nature for Water’ – exploring nature-based solutions to the water challenges we face in the present scenario. Apparently, more than two billion people live without safe drinking water at home, which in turns effects health, livelihood, and education. Sustainable development is the need of the hour and this is precisely what people on social media are urging everybody to follow.
People on the Internet have unified in their opinion to save water. While one wrote, “A drop of water is worth more than a sack of gold to a thirsty man. Water Water Everywhere. Try to save If U care. Save Water it’ll Save you,” another wrote, “Water is the most precious gift of God and we are wasting it without even thinking. Many countries are facing Clean Drinking water crisis we need to save water for our future generations. Let’s work together and reduce Drinking Water wastage.”
Here are some of the tweets.
— UN-Water (@UN_Water) March 18, 2018
— Indrani (@pandey_indrani) March 22, 2018
It’s a busy week for the environment! 🚜 🌳 💦
They may be separate holidays but they’re all connected. https://t.co/5M8ICjSc16 pic.twitter.com/0uY2ASAwI8
— Nature Conservancy (@nature_org) March 19, 2018
Did you know it take a 2500 gallons of water to make just 1lb of #beef ?
— #Herbiⓥore 🌱 (@herbivore_club) March 21, 2018
— B.Chandrakala IAS (@ChandrakalaIas) March 22, 2018
Water is the most precious gift of God and we are wasting it without even thinking. Many countries are facing Clean Drinking water crisis we need to save water for our future generations. Let’s work together and reduce Drinking Water wastage #WorldWaterDay My #ThursdayThoughts 🙏 pic.twitter.com/O172imhhaF
— 🇮🇳 ॐ Anmol Katiyar (@Anmol_77) March 22, 2018
Water is life, and clean 💦 means health.😊
— Sanjib Ghosh🔥সঞ্জীব (@sampadscales) March 22, 2018
From helping one to lose weight to preventing migraine attacks, drinking water on an empty stomach has several benefits. In facr, drinking water helps in regulating the digestive tract and if anyone has gastritis, drinking three glasses on an empty stomach helps reduce the level of acidity. Practicing this daily also helps in cleaning the bowel and keeps you healthy. On World Water Day, what steps are you taking to conserve water?