To mark World Water Day, the Stockholm International Water Institute has created a special focus area on their website to explore the issues around water and climate change – the World Water Day theme for 2020. Content will include articles on the five things you need to know about water and climate; future proofing finance; and the importance of handwashing and how it is threatened by climate change.
Meat production involves vast deforestation and loss of biodiversity to make way for grazing and water-intensive crops for animal feed.
Learn more about the water we eat.
Meet eight refugees who are taking concrete actions to tackle the adverse effects of climate change, such as planting trees, working as waste recyclers and as solar power engineers.
It takes around 7,500 litres of water to make a single pair of jeans, equivalent to what the average person drinks in seven years, and the textile industry as a whole uses more energy than aviation and shipping combined.