Citizens Centre for Integrated Development and Social Rights (CCIDESOR) has urged citizens to always take enough water, wash their hands with clean running water in the face of the Corona Virus.
This year, World Water Day is focused on the interconnectedness of water and climate change. Water is the repercussions on the supply of drinking water, sanitation, and water used for food and energy production. Or in other words, as suggested by climate-change experts,
Against this backdrop, young people are increasingly recognized as the driving force for action behind the climate movement – and for injecting water into the climate agenda. Currently, more than half of the global population is under the age of 30, making it the largest youth population in history and the ones who will be most affected by the climate change induced disruption of water resources.
Having launched several initiatives linking both water and climate change, here are three key lessons from global youth to advance an inclusive and effective climate action agenda: Raise awareness and Be an advocate