World Water Day
Today is March 22 – World Water Day. Many people are ignorant of this, in large part because this festival cannot bring people three days of holidays like May Day and other holidays, but many Like important holidays, the World Water Day also has a meaning that is closely related to human destiny:
Awaken public awareness of water conservation and strengthen protection of water resources.
On October 18, 2016 in Yemena, Yemen, people used empty oil tanks to store water. In the local area, there was a crisis of water shortage. The donation agencies donated water to the local people and the people lined up to fill the water. This is a human blessing and a human misfortune. The reason for this is that people are aware of the crisis before they are completely trapped in the water crisis. Unfortunately, places where water is scarce are still short of water and places where there is no shortage of water are squandered as usual.
On July 3, 2013 in Pristina, Serbia, people washed their clothes with fountains in a square to protest against water shortages.
Today is the World Water Day. Everyone has the obligation to reiterate the importance of protecting water resources, to understand the symbiotic relationship between man and nature, and to realize the seriousness of the current state of water pollution.
At present, about 420 billion cubic meters of sewage are discharged into rivers, lakes and seas every year, polluting 5.5 trillion cubic meters of fresh water, which is equivalent to more than 14% of the total global runoff.
The UN World Water Assessment Report provided by the 4th World Water Forum shows that millions of tons of garbage are dumped into rivers, lakes and streams every day. Every litre of wastewater will pollute 8 litres of fresh water, and all rivers that flow through Asian cities All are contaminated.
In the United States, 40% of the watershed is contaminated with processed food waste, metals, fertilizers, and pesticides; only 5 of the 55 rivers in Europe are marginally used; about 1 billion people in developing countries drink unclean water; More than 25 million people died of drinking unclean water; an average of 5,000 children per day in the world died of drinking unclean water; about 170 million people consumed water contaminated with organic matter; 300 million urban residents faced water pollution.
The Yangtze River, the Yellow River, the Nile, the Amazon, the Mississippi, the Irtysh, the Congo, the Lena, and the Ganges do not care if they can run for a while or whether they are clear and clean. However, we care about ourselves. The protection of water resources is a major issue that concerns the fate of humanity. When the status of the water environment is imminent, it is everyone's responsibility to save water and prevent water pollution. We do not necessarily have to leave a high degree of economic civilization for future generations, but we must leave behind the water we can drink, the air we can breathe, and the environment in which we can survive.
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