Each week, Ben Hopkinson looks back at what’s happened the past 7 days and what was trending on Twitter with the Maritime Hashtag Minute.
This week’s #MaritimeHashtagMinute was #WorldWaterDay which is to spread awareness about the water crisis all over the world. This year’s focus is about accelerating change to solve the water and sanitation crisis. View the Tweets below:
The international community must work together to guarantee access and sanitation services for everyone, so that the right to water, which is none other than the right to life, to a future, to hope, might become a reality at the universal level.#WorldWaterDay— Pope Francis (@Pontifex) March 22, 2023
Water is our world's lifeblood, but it's being poisoned by pollution & drained by overuse.— António Guterres (@antonioguterres) March 22, 2023
This #WorldWaterDay let's reflect on our individual & collective roles to sustainably use and manage humanity’s lifeblood.
Let’s take action to ensure equitable access to water for all. pic.twitter.com/UmZJg2WfQs
Earth has about 370 quintillion gallons of water, but only a tiny fraction is useable by humans. Earth’s water budget tells us where water is today, where it’s coming from, and where it’s going to be tomorrow. #WorldWaterDay pic.twitter.com/p55BTH2Ogx— NASA Earth (@NASAEarth) March 22, 2023
The #WorldWaterDay 2023 campaign focuses on "accelerating change to solve the water and sanitation crisis". World Water Day honors water while also increasing the concern of individuals who do not have access to clean drinking water.— SA News Channel (@SatlokChannel) March 22, 2023
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The Amazon basin is the world’s largest source of fresh water. But most indigenous communities in the Amazon have no access to safe water to drink. Today, on World Water Day, please help.— Rainforest Flow (@rainforestflow) March 22, 2023
Donate Nowhttps://t.co/EFbtGckViW…#worldwaterday#indigenouspeople #amazonrainforest pic.twitter.com/cLwPhe9qqj