History of World Water Day
The United Nations Conference on Environment and Development decided in 1992 to celebrate an international day World Water Day 2021 on the existence of drinking water and thus the first World Water Day was observed on 22 March 1993.
After this, many types of plans were made all over the world to conserve water.
Every year intellectuals of the world start working on a subject so that potable water can be saved for the coming generations.
Until a few years ago, this situation used to happen that rivers, canals, and ponds were visible in small villages.
Village after village used to be inundated due to excess rainfall. Today the situation is that gradually all the pools and ponds are drying up.
It was a matter of the country where we live, where there is the availability of potable water.
There are many countries in the world where people give up their lives due to a lack of clean drinking water.
It was decided to celebrate World Water Day only to conserve clean water and to find a solution to this problem.
Know its importance and other important information from the next slides.
Importance of World Water Day
71 percent of the Earth is filled with water, but when it comes to clean water, its percentage is very low.
There are many countries where residents are spending their lives drinking dirty water. Due to drinking dirty water,
their health is affected and many times they die prematurely, so it is important to conserve water so that people can stay alive and get good water to the people.
The theme of World Water Day 2021
Is the theme of the Day 2021, ‘Valuing Water’, that is, giving importance to water.
With the passage of time and due to increasing population, clean water is destined for everyone, currently, it has become impossible on the global level, so this year this topic has been kept.
According to the subject, no person should wastewater at all, only then we will be able to conserve it.
In the year 2020, the theme of the Day was ‘Water and Climate Change.
In this way, World Water Day is celebrated
Every year on this Day, in which various programs are sworn in to conserve water.
Discussions are held to keep the water of the rivers clean. Apart from this, people read poems on water, tell stories.
Sharing pictures of rivers and clean water. However, due to Corona, all these programs have started going online nowadays.