With World Water Day 2018 fast approaching (March 22 2018), this year’s theme “Nature for Water” would highlight ways in which nature can be used to solve water-based challenges in the 21st century through nature-based solutions.
Do any ideas come to mind on how your organization can take action? Have you started planning for the big day?
Whether or not plans are already being put in place, one can go to the World Water Day 2018 homepage to read stories, get inspired, organize events using resources from the website or even to communicate with others in the global community.
In celebration of World Water Day 2017, John Wiley and Sons has made available wastewater related articles due to this year’s theme being “wastewater”.
As such persons can view articles online and download PDFs, from relevant journals such as Water Resources Research, Journal of the American Water Resources Association, as well as, Water and Environment Journal, from March 22 – 28 2017.
I do hope you find some interesting articles to celebrate World Water Day 2017. Enjoy 🙂
Trinidad and Tobago National Section of the Caribbean Water and Wastewater Association (CWWA) have developed a photo competition for Trinidad and Tobago citizens to demonstrate the theme of “Why Wastewater” for World Water Day on March 22nd, 2017. The rules and guidelines are outlined below, together with the link for the entry form.
Rules and Guidelines for the Photo Competition:
Be creative!!! We want to see how well you can represent the theme and spread the message through interesting and innovative photos. Anything goes once you represent the theme appropriately.
To enter you must be a Trinidad and Tobago national. A copy of a valid Trinidad and Tobago national identification card (front side only) will be required with entry.
All photos must be emailed by 21st March 2017 12:00 midnight Atlantic Standard Time and must be accompanied by a completed ENTRY FORM
All entries must be sent to firstname.lastname@example.org
A short narrative on the photo must also accompany the submission, detailing the inspiration behind the photo, where it was taken and any other relevant information.
All photos must be sent in either jpeg or png format and must not be altered using ‘photoshop’ or any other graphic adjustment medium (this includes filters available on mobile phones and mobile phone apps).
Photos submitted must be captured by the person submitting.
Photos should not be watermarked.
Upon submission, CWWA will be free to use any photos thereafter.
To be eligible to enter the competition, photos should represent a local or regional landscape/social setting.
There will be a first, second and third place for the competition. Judging will be based on three criteria:
Relevance to theme 50%
There will also be a People’s Choice Award. Submitted photos will be uploaded to the CWWA Facebook page. The photo with the most likes wins! People’s Choice will run from 22nd-26th March 2017.
1st Prize – Two day getaway for two persons
2nd Prize – Elegant dinner for two
3rd Prize – Luxury spa package
People’s Choice – Spa package
I do hope that many of you will take the chance to participate in this competition. Who knows maybe some of you will be lucky to win one of those fantastic prizes. 🙂
With the month of March upon us, World Water Day is fast approaching, with many activities already planned for areas across the country. With the theme of “Wastewater” it is hoped that more persons will practice water conservation and aid in the sustainability of such a valuable resource as “Water”.
With that in mind I will just like to post one of the World Water Day posters in order to gear up excitement for the big day. Let’s hope many of you will take part in the activities planned and continue to do your part in ensuring that there is “water for all”. Also I have included the Fact Sheet World Water Day 2017 to provide some more information on global water issues, as well as, some examples of wastewater reuse.