1. In this episode of Water Education TV, learn how you can teach kids about the function of wetlands using easy-to-find items in your home, school and yard!

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  2. Need a way to get learners up and active? Want to introduce the vitally important topic of water? Find out how to do both in this episode of Water Education TV.

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  3. The Project WET Foundation and Ecolab have partnered to create the Clean and Conserve Education Program. Together, our goal is to empower two million people worldwide to conserve water and make the world a healthier place.

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  4. In May 2016, 22 teachers and 18 Ecolab volunteers were trained to use the Project WET and Ecolab Clean and Conserve Education Program, a suite of educational materials designed to reach 2 million people worldwide with water conservation and hygiene education. These educators and volunteers then used the learning activities with 97 students from three Shanghai primary schools at a water festival.

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  5. What does the Project WET Foundation do, and why is water education so critical to the future? Find out how Project WET--the world's premiere water education organization--is increasing water literacy and creating the next generation of water stewards.

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Over the past quarter-century, global water problems have continued to escalate. Every day, the quality and quantity of water resources affect the health and well-being of nearly seven billion people on the planet. Yet one in eight do not have access…


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Over the past quarter-century, global water problems have continued to escalate. Every day, the quality and quantity of water resources affect the health and well-being of nearly seven billion people on the planet. Yet one in eight do not have access to clean and abundant water. Water education has never been more critical. As schools, homes and businesses “go green,” water education has a major role to play. Through water education, individuals:

* identify their watershed address.
* discover their role in the hydrological cycle.
* recognize that water knows no boundaries—flowing through and connecting us all.

Our future is tightly bound to water. Global water issues must be addressed through greater public involvement at all socio-economic levels, among all water users and across all borders. People must be provided a deeper understanding of our complex environmental issues and the skills necessary to undertake the challenges of this century. Sustainable water management is crucial to secure social and economic stability, as well as a healthy environment – achievable only as a result of cooperation and a commitment to education.

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