EarthEcho Water Challenge
On March 22, the United Nations World Water Day, individuals, schools, and community groups around the world will take a stand for clean water and healthy waterways by participating in the EarthEcho Water Challenge (formerly the World Water Monitoring Challenge). This year's Water Challenge will kick off with youth-led virtual events, a new awards program, and a special event in Miami, Florida, with the EarthEcho team.
The EarthEcho Water Challenge is designed to equip anyone to be advocates for their local and regional water sources. Our health depends on access to clean water and preserving and protecting our water resources. These waterways and water systems are literally the lifeblood of our communities and everyone can play an important role in protecting them.
Take the Challenge and become part of a growing movement of 1.4 million citizens in 143 countries who are working to conserve and protect water resources around the globe.