Get EducatedDo you know how much water we should drink in a day? Any idea how much water is needed to produce one person's daily food? The answers to those questions and so many more may shock you. Learn more about the water crisis in the world today, how water is vital to food production and how you can help by downloading the World Water Day 2012 brochure or one of many other campaign materials offered by UN-Water.
Reduce Your Water FootprintThe water footprint is a measure of how much water is used by an individual, company or community through everyday activities like bathing, drinking and cooking plus the water that's used to produce the goods such as food and clothing. Reducing your water footprint as well as the water footprint of your community and business means more water for those less fortunate. Visit WaterFootprint.org to find out more about your water footprint as well as how to reduce it.
Get PoliticalOn March 22, 2012, activists for World Water Day will meet in Washington, DC, to urge the United States Congress to continue support water, sanitation and hygiene issues across the world. Join in the action either in the US capital or by contacting your representatives in Congress. Learn more about getting involved politically for World Water Day on WaterDay.org then get our there on March 22 and make a difference!
Spread the WordHelp spread the word about World Water Day by creating original content related to the event. Tweet, Facebook, blog, sing, write, make a YouTube video, take photos and post them on Flickr, do what you do best online to let others know about World Water Day. Show your support by adding a video, banner or button, available free at UNWater.org, to your blog or website.
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