Updated: Oct 26, 2021
March 22, 2021 is a day that is surprisingly under-celebrated, in my opinion. #WorldWaterDay is an annual United Nation's observance day that highlights the importance of clean water. The day is used to advocate for the sustainable management of freshwater resources. The theme of this year is the value of water.
@UN_Water The value in water comes with the ever-present reality that water is in all lifeforms. Water is continuously at work in almost every aspect of our life; its daily role is dynamic and its importance is paramount.
Water is life, it needs to be conserved and protected. This simple fact alone has inspired me to advocate for clean water in all the ways water is valued, from the monetary impact, to the spiritual impact of water, I have been speaking to influencers in the water world to brainstorm ways that we can all become stewards of water. For us now, and for our future generations.
These conversations flow like a river, creating vibrations, like the ripples on the river's edge, I'm excited to share with you my conversation with Neil Dhot, Neil leads AquaFed, an International Federation of Private Water Operators. He works with the United Nations on this year's water campaign, #water2me. It was an inspiring conversation that resulted in myself becoming Neil's accountability partner to help keep #water2me conversations flowing long after World Water Day. As Neil's accountability partner, I pledge my advocacy for clean water by committing to talking about water on as many episodes of my Virtual Campfire Podcast as I can. I'll share these conversations, so that together, we can co-create a more pristine planet.