Instead of writing a long article about World Water Day, or the reason whey clean water and adequate sanitation is important. Here is a collection of tweets and other useful information about water and SDG 6, collected from prominent water organisations twitter feed.
We this photo! The staff of our member organisation (@WaterAidUK) dressed in blue for #WorldWaterDay! Share photos of your activities from yesterday. We’d love to see them! #WAM2018
This tweet highlight plastic particles found in bottled water. If you drink bottled water, chances are you’re consuming plastic fibres.
— UNICEF Jamaica (@UNICEFJamaica) March 22, 2018
Upwards of a million people in CA live in homes with contaminated drinking water. It’s an embarrassment that so many go home at night and can’t drink from the faucet or bathe their kids safely . We need to work together to solve this moral crisis. #WorldWaterDay
— Gavin Newsom (@GavinNewsom) March 22, 2018
— Nuestra Cabaña (@nuestracabana) March 22, 2018
For a planet of 70% water, it can be surprising that very little of that is freshwater – and even further, that just 1% of freshwater is available for human consumption #WorldWaterDay pic.twitter.com/S5KJ5RxgxO
— Katherine O'Reilly (@DrKatfish) March 22, 2018
— teleSUR English (@telesurenglish) March 22, 2018
In Brazil, people defending the right to clean water often face danger and threats. We need to do more to protect those protecting our planet. https://t.co/1Wbw1nhatk #WorldWaterDay pic.twitter.com/CghV8gSkua
— Greenpeace (@Greenpeace) March 22, 2018
As humans we should swallow our pride and accept our wrongdoings. Our waters are in a mess, mainly because of polluting activities we engage in. #WorldWaterDay.
This may sound really strange, but in parts of the world, people actuallhy swim to collect water as the tweet and photo below show: