African girls pumping water in arid plain

This year on March 22, World Water Day focuses on the interconnections between water and climate change. “Extreme weather events are making water more scarce, more unpredictable, more polluted, or all three,” says their website.

Although extreme drought and contaminated drinking water may seem distant problems to those with unlimited access to treated drinking water, millions of people have no water service and by 2025, half of the world’s population will suffer from lack of safe drinking water. But what can you do?

Take steps to reduce your CO2 emissions and to save water at work, at home, or wherever you are.

The following infographic from Waterlogic highlights the links between water and the global climate crisis, water challenges on the horizon, and simple changes you and your employers can make at work to reduce your climate change impact and save precious water.

World Water Day 2020 infographic
Source: Waterlogic

By Earth911

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