Sometimes, the most important things in life are taken for granted. The value of smoothing as essential as water, is often overlooked. World Water Week is a global community of changemakers that recognize the importance of water and address greatest water-related challenges like poverty, the climate crisis, and biodiversity loss. They community also works on solutions through an annual conference in Stockholm, Sweden. World Water Week is being held from August 23 till September 1 this year. Here’s all the information about its theme, significance and program overview. Also find out why water is an indispensable part of our lives.
World Water Week 2022: Theme
The theme of this year’s World Water Week Conference is – Seeing the Unseen: The Value of Water.
As per the official website, the theme will help the community to view water in new and fascinating ways from many different perspectives. Expect interesting discussions on topics like pricing of water, indigenous knowledge, human rights, and much more. Attention will also be given to the unseen water in aquifers and the soil. A total number of 300 sessions will be grouped under three theme headings:
- The value of water for people and development
- The financial and economic value of water
- The value of water for nature and climate
- World Water Week Significance
World Water Week conference has been held every year since 1991. The Week attracts a diverse mix of participants from many professional backgrounds and every corner of the world. The various sessions throw light on a wide range of water-related topics, from food security and health to agriculture, technology, biodiversity, and the climate.
Why Water Is So Important For Us?
Water not just our thirst, it posits itself in numerous ways to give us a healthy life. Here are some benefits of drinking water you should know about.
- Keeps digestion system running smoothly and staves off stomach-related issues
- Flushes out toxins from the body
- Prevents dehydration
- Boosts the immune system
- Transports nutrients and oxygen to the cells
- Maintains the electrolyte (sodium) balance of the body
- Improves skin and hair health
- Keeps energy level high
Water is the basic necessity of life and World Week Day attempts to honour its importance.
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