As parents, it’s our duty to ensure a better future for our children. On World Water Day, find out ways you, as a family, can save water and work towards a sustainable future.
By Leena Ghosh
The United Nations is celebrating March 22 as World Water Day to stress the importance of conserving water resources and spreading awareness about the challenges we face today.
On this occasion, let us look at some facts about water --
These facts highlight the problem of water being a scarce resource. Therefore, parents, together with their children, should do everything they can to save water.
Following are the methods we can employ to save water in different areas of our homes and teach our children about the importance of water conservation.
By following these simple practices at home, you'll not only help conserve water, but also inspire your child to become a responsible and caring human being.
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