world water day


Today is the international observance of World Water Day. World Water Day is a nearly 15 year old initiative that grew out of the United Nations Conference on Environment and Development.

Check out the World Council of Churches statement on Water for Life.

Here are just a few sites gracing our world with cold cups of safe drinking water.

Global Water

Water Aid

Clean Water Network

Action by Churches Together

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  1. I dpon’t know how many realize how much the West Bank/Gaza/Israel situation revolves around water. A lot if interest is on the wall, but not enough on water.

    From a technology standpoint, a decent amount of water can be desalted with a passive solar system. This provides cheap water, without global warming.

    From an economic standpoint, we should be looking at reusing water – gray water can be used for agriculture, and buying stuff needing less water (free range cattle).