World Water Day

As I write, rain has been constantly drizzling outside, on a grey old afternoon. I’m thankful for the sustenance it brings to my garden and to my supply of clean drinking water.
Water is essential to life. Yet, living and growing up in Australia, I’ve seen the devastation of drought, the inconvenience of water restrictions but also the irony of the devastation of flooding to drought wrought areas. Water and easy access to it is something we take so much for granted, yet people in all kinds of places around the world are struggling to access the quantity and quality of water they need for drinking, cooking, bathing, handwashing, and growing their food.

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