Why World Water Day Is Celebrated ?
World Water Day 2020
World Water Day 2020 will be celebrated all over the world on 22 March Sunday.
Like every year, this year too, on the day of March 22, World Water Day will be organized across the country. This day, being celebrated all over the world since the year 1933, is celebrated with much enthusiasm even in today's time. Preparations have been started all over the country regarding World Water Day.
History of world water day
World Water Day is celebrated on 22 March every year by people from all over the world. It was decided by the General Assembly of the United Nations in the year 1993 to celebrate this day as an annual event. This campaign was announced to celebrate March 22 every year as World Water Day to increase awareness among the people about the importance, need and conservation of water.
It was first officially added to Schedule 21 of the "United Nations Conference on Environment and Development" in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil in the year 1992 and helped them in water conservation by preventing the misuse of their taps for a full day. Since getting started, we started celebrating this festival from the year 1993 to encourage.
Why We Must Save Water
Today the whole world is on the path of industrialization, but it is becoming difficult to get clean and disease free water. Due to unavailability of clean and potable water around the world, water borne diseases are taking the form of epidemics. It is also heard that the next world war will be about water. In order to make every citizen of the world aware of the importance of water, the United Nations started celebrating World Water Day. . In this article, we are giving details of the importance of World Water Day and important facts related to the use of water.
Over 1.5 billion people do not have access to clean and safe water
Almost three and a half million people die every year because of water and sanitation and hygiene related causes. Fresh water animals are disappearing five times faster than land animals
Leather and Chemical Industries are responsible for major water pollution