World Water Day 2021 - What does water mean to you?

World Water Day is about highlighting the need for access to clean water for all. In 2021, the focus of the campaign is on how we value water and what it means to us.

In the everyday, access to clean water can mean health, hygiene and enable us to work or study.

Water is also vital for our environment, wellbeing, community and culture. And in the current Covid-19 pandemic, clean water is essential for handwashing.

Today, water is under increasing threat from climate change. Droughts, rising seas and flooding all affect people’s access to clean water.

Please watch and share the video I made below, highlighting the need for access to clean water for everyone.

Join the conversation

For World Water Day in 2021 (March 22), you can join the conversation now about what water means to you on social media using the hashtag #Water2me on Twitter, LinkedIn and Facebook.

By sharing how we value water, we can raise our voices to call on world leaders for everyone to have access to clean water.

Join the conversation on what water means to you to help shape the 2021 World Water Day campaign.

You can find out more about World Water Day here.

Main Image: UN Water – World Water Day