Food, food, food! Recipes, cooking philosophies, kitchen gadgets, more recipes. It’s all wonderful but when do we talk about W A T E R? None of the other stuff happens without it. In fact, we don’t live very long without it.
My friend Debra posted a message about World Water Day coming up in March and informed me about Water.org and how Matt Damon is the co-founder. I watched the entire video and went to the Water.org site and really liked what I saw there!
Certainly water for everyone is part of the Human Right to Life. I’ve made my decision to help solve the problem of not enough water and I’d like you to take a look and see what decision you will make about it.
- Every Drop Counts For a Good Cause (bqe.com)
- Why Matt Damon won’t go to the toilet (euronews.com)
- Matt Damon On ‘Toilet Strike’ Until World Water Crisis Is Solved (VIDEO) (huffingtonpost.com)
- Hell no, Matt Damon won’t go (to the toilet) #strikewithme (osocio.org)
- Matt Damon strikes bum note at YouTube launch for water campaign (guardian.co.uk)
- Matt Damon says “Strike with me” to save water (greenerideal.com)
- Matt Damon Wants to Tell You All About His Toilet (mediabistro.com)
- Matt Damon Goes On Strike! (politics.videosift.com)
- Matt Damon Goes On Strike Against the Toilet (thedenveregotist.com)
- Mvix Cares: Partnering with water.org to Provide Clean Water Sources Around the World (prweb.com)
With ‘World Water Day’ coming up next month, I thought I would share this with you.
Matt Damon’s Epic Announcement: In anticipation of World Water Day on March 22nd, Water.org is collaborating with partners in the entertainment industry, YouTube and their community to educate new audiences about the water crisis. Today, co-founder Matt Damon kicks things off by doing something extreme. Watch his announcement video and find out how you can get involved.
To find out more visit my previous blog:
Some Facts from http://water.org/
More than 3.4 million people die each year from water, sanitation, and hygiene-related causes. Nearly all deaths, 99 percent, occur in the developing world.3
Lack of access to clean water and sanitation kills children at a rate equivalent of a jumbo jet crashing every four hours.1
Of the 60 million people added to the world’s towns and cities every year, most…
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