OMNI UN WORLD WATER DAY NEWSLETTER #6, MARCH 22, 2021.
World Climate Justice Month Begins,
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(#1 August 9, 2011; #2 March 22, 2012; #3 March 22, 2014, #4, March 22, 2015; #5, March 22, 2018).
What’s at stake: This year’s World Water Day theme is simple -- the value of water. It’s important to understand just how essential this resource is; if managed correctly everyone can benefit. A core focus of World Water Day is to help achieve one of the U.N.’s Sustainable Development Goals: water and sanitation for all by 2030. As we’ve pointed out elsewhere on this site, not just millions but billions of people around the world suffer due to poor access to water, sanitation and hygiene.
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Countries Most Affected by the Global Water Crisis
Stock Market Trading in Water
US Military Operations Have Contaminated the Pacific Region
Trump Promotes Privatization
World Water Day Takes Place On March 22 Every Year To Raise Water Crisis Awareness. Read About The Theme Of The Value Of Water. Take Time To Reflect And Be Challenged...
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Water futures: the latest battleground in the defence of the fundamental right to water. Mronline.org (2-16l-21).
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Digging Deeper by Kathy Kelly
VFP Weekly E-News, June 8, 2018
"The most sophisticated and heavily armed warring party in Afghanistan is the U.S. military. Despite spending hundreds of billions of dollars on non-military aid to Afghanistan, the United States has done little to improve Afghanistan’s infrastructure or alleviate its alarming water crisis. President Donald Trump’s interest in what’s happening under the ground in Afghanistan is focused exclusively on the U.S. capacity to extract Afghanistan’s mineral wealth, estimated to be worth trillions of dollars.
Ordinary Afghans could be forgiven for feeling paralyzed and defeated by controlling elites who ignore their most basic human needs. Yet every day, Afghan communities reject continued war and call for peace."
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CONTENTS: UN WORLD WATER DAY NEWSLETTER #5, March 22, 2018
Mighty Earth 2018 World Water Day Forum,
Farrell’s Lounge, 3-22, 6:30
UN World Water Day, March 22
Recent Books on Water
Matt Damon’s Water War
Context: Books on Rising Seas
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