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I DIGG FOR WATER

ONE DROP Marks
World Water Day

SUPPORT WORLD WATER DAY : DIGG FOR WATER


World Water Day is held each March 22nd as a means of drawing attention to the importance of freshwater and the sustainable management of freshwater sources.

To mark World Water Day, ONE DROP is drawing attention to the cause on Digg, Facebook , Twitter and many other popular social networks in a grassroots effort called Ripple.

DIGG FOR WATER and vote for our stories today. This effort will hopefully allow us to collectively take the front page on Digg and to make Web audiences sensitive to the urgency of action to tackle Global Water Crisis.

Everything stars with ONE DROP. One Digg. Here's your chance to start a ripple effect.

Help us raise awareness for the Global Water Crisis and World Water Day, March 22, 2009, by Digging our stories and inviting others to do the same:

I Digg for World Water Day  
 
Global Water Crisis Kills
5 000 People Every Day
 
 
Best 5 Ways to Save Water  


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TWEET THE FACTS

Nearly one billion people do not have access to sufficient amounts of safe water.  
 
The past century has seen the world’s population triple while water consumption has increased sevenfold.  
 
1/7th of the world’s population does not have access to safe drinking water.  
 
Contaminated water causes the death of more than 5,000 people each day.  
 
Every eight seconds, a child dies from a disease caused by drinking contaminated water.  
 
Every year, more than 2 million people die from causes related to drinking contaminated water.  
 
A person needs about 50 litres of safe water per day to meet their basic needs.  
 
It takes 10 litres of water to make a sheet of paper.  
 
A kilogram of meat requires 5 to 20 times more water than is used to produce a kilogram of cereal.  
 
Bottled water can cost up to 10,000 times more than tap water.  

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