World Water Project
Pandemic has taught us to be connected, responsible and innovative. As we take care of hygiene,water is still an unseparable part of our health.
We must know how much water is saved to resume our health and stay sustainable. Being sustainable means considering social progress,
economic development, climate and environment. However, many of the world’s most urgent water challenges - the availability and state of
groundwater and the impact water has on people, nature,and economies - are invisible to the naked eye.
This collaboration focuses on ways to raise water awareness in schools and stop excessive water consumption in post-pandemic.
Ari Private Middle School | 13 | Turkey
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