Making every drop count in National Water Week

21 Oct 2019

As New South Wales faces one of our worst droughts on record, National Water Week 21-28 October is an opportunity to remind our community that we must do our best to use water wisely and protect our water environments and resources.

The theme for National Water Week 2019 is: It's time to change the world. This has been adapted from the World's Largest Lesson on the UN's Sustainable Development Goals, a campaign to introduce the 17 sustainable development goals to young people all over the world and unite them to take action to meet these goals by 2030.

The Australian Water Association website has lots of good ideas for activities for young people that help create awareness of the importance of clean water in every aspect of our lives. You’ll find a whole range of educational resources relating to water, whether it's the water cycle, how to save water, where water comes from and what happens when you flush it down the toilet, plus the importance of water to Indigenous Australians.

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