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World Water Day: PM Modi reiterates on water conservation and sustainable planet | Latest News India

World Water Day is noticed each year on March 22 with a purpose to spotlight the significance of water and elevate consciousness concerning the water disaster on the earth.

Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Tuesday reiterated his name on water conservation and contributing to a sustainable planet on the event of World Water Day. “Together, let’s further water conservation and contribute to a sustainable planet. Every drop saved helps our people and enhances our progress(sic),” he wrote on Twitter.

He additional added, “Jal Jeevan Mission is proving to be extraordinarily efficient in making the lives of moms and sisters simpler. With the participation of the folks, the resolve to produce water from home to deal with shall be fulfilled.”

World Water Day is noticed each year on March 22 with a purpose to spotlight the significance of water. It additionally raises consciousness concerning the water disaster on the earth. The decision to look at March 22 as ‘World Water Day’ was adopted by the United Nations General Assembly on December 22, 1992. The day is widely known around the globe since 1993.

According to the United Nations (UN) web site, the day focusses on “supporting the achievement of sustainable development goal (SDG): water and sanitation for all by 2030.”

Read extra: Groundwater: A priceless ‘invisible’ useful resource

This year’s theme of the day is ‘Groundwater, making the invisible seen’ to focus on the significance and worth of groundwater in our lives. As per the UN web site, “Life would not be possible without groundwater. Most arid areas of the world depend entirely on groundwater. Groundwater supplies a large proportion of the water we use for drinking, sanitation, food production and industrial processes.” The body also focuses on protecting groundwater from overexploitation.

The UN further says that “Exploring, protecting and sustainably using groundwater will be central to surviving and adapting to climate change and meeting the needs of a growing population.” It additionally urges folks to take part in on-line conversations concerning the significance of water by utilizing social media, with hashtags #MyGroundwaterStory & #WorldWaterDay.

Also learn: International Day of Forests: Significance of March 21 and theme for 2022

 

 

 


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