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Alphonsa's World Water Day Celebrations -2013

The World Water day was celebrated at our college on 22nd March, where many students actively took part in the awareness programme of how to conserve water and avoid wastage of water.
In view of this a seminar was conducted wherein many students have put forth their views….. A few to quote……

Mr. Jahangir spoke on International World Water Day as a means of focusing attention on the importance of freshwater and advocating for the sustainable management of freshwater resources.

Ms. Sangeetha threw light on the impact of rapid urban population growth, industrialization and uncertainties caused by climate change, conflicts and natural disasters on urban water systems.

Mr. Haribabu picked up the theme, “Water for cities” Responding to the urban challenge, aimed to spotlight and encouraged governments, organizations, communities, and individuals to actively engage in facing the challenges of urban water management and showing the way to overcome it by avoiding wastage of water and pointed out to the cognizant of water.

Ms. Mary Pallavi spoke on water quality: Reflecting its importance alongside, quantity of the resource in water management, she envisaged to raise awareness about sustaining healthy ecosystems and human well-being by increasing water quality challenges in water management and to raise the profile of water quality by encouraging not only the government, organizations, communities but also every individual around the world to actively engage in finding means to improve water quality e.g. in pollution prevention, clean up and restoration.

The growing problem of Water Scarcity was the topic for World Water Day spoken by Mr. Narsaiah. The theme highlighted the increasing significance of water scarcity worldwide and the need for increased integration and cooperation to ensure sustainable, efficient and equitable management of scarce water resources, both at international and local levels.

The Theme of World Water Day taken by Ms. Chandrarekha was ‘Water and Culture’. It drew the attention to the fact that there are as many ways of viewing, using, and celebrating water as there are cultural traditions across the world. Sacred, water is at the heart of many religions and is used in different rites and ceremonies. Fascinating and ephemeral, water has been represented in art for centuries - in music, painting, writing, cinema - and it is an essential factor in many scientific endeavours as well.

Water for the Future by Ms. G.Sandeepa: It was a call to each one of us to maintain and improve the quality and quantity of fresh water available to future generations. The goal was to inspire political and community action and encourage greater global understanding of the need for more responsible water use and conservation.

Water for Health - The message for the day by Y.Sravanthi was: "Concrete efforts are necessary to provide clean drinking water and improve health as well as to increase awareness world-wide of the problems and of the solutions. March 22nd is a unique occasion to remind everybody that solutions are possible. Use the resources on this site to help turn words into political commitment and action."

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