This World Water Day is about accelerating change to solve the water and sanitation crisis.
And because water affects us all, we need everyone to take action.
That means you!
You and your family, school and community can make a difference by changing the way you use, consume and manage water in your lives.
Play your part. Do what you can.
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For us, every day is Earth Day.
If you feel the same, here are 52 actions and tips to make a difference, every day of the year.
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Today is World Rainforest Day!
Did you know that healthy forests are the key to avoiding future pandemics? Healthy forests are a protective buffer between diseases found in non-human animals and global human populations. When we destroy them, we foster close contacts between animal populations and vulnerable human populations. That is why protecting forests NOW means protecting against pandemics now and in the future.
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Gastronomy is sometimes called the art of food. It can also refer to a style of cooking from a particular region. In other words, gastronomy often refers to local food and cuisine. Sustainability is the idea that something (e.g. agriculture, fishing or even preparation of food) is done in a way that is not wasteful of our natural resources and can be continued into the future without being detrimental to our environment or health.
Sustainable gastronomy, therefore, means cuisine that takes into account where the ingredients are from, how the food is grown and how it gets to our markets and eventually to our plates.
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As we all cope with the current crisis, many leaders around the world are seriously considering a proposal to protect 30% of our land and ocean by 2030. Add your support to this #30×30 proposal and encourage others to do so here.
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