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How to make a splash for World Water day

Turquoise blue water

Did you know that water not only makes up on average 60% of the human body but 71% of the planet. That’s a lot of H20. Imperative for life to thrive, World Water Day on 22 March, aims to bring awareness and access to fresh water and clean sanitation for all people. As a basic human right, there are 2 billion people who face water scarcity or unsafe water supply. 

In an effort to accelerate change World Water Day asks for all to help where we can. How can we contribute? LearnShareAct

7 Interesting Facts About Water

  • Lake Baikal is the largest freshwater lake in the world, also known for mysterious stories of alien marine divers and Loch Ness type creatures.
  • Frozen water is 9% lighter than running water, this is why ice floats.
  • Hot water freezes faster than cold. The Mpemba effect, as it’s known, is named after, Erasto B Mpemba, a Tanzanian who in 1963 while conducting an experiment in one of his high school classes discovered that hot ice cream mix froze faster than a cold mix.
  • The most ancient pool of water was discovered 12 billion light-years away from Earth, and at time of discovery (2011) was 12 billion years old.
  • The two largest deserts in the world are considered to be Antarctica and the Arctic, as polar deserts they share lack of rainfall and plant life like their hotter, sandy counterparts.
  • It takes 3 litres of water to filter for what provides 1 bottle of drinking water.
  • Producing one pair of jeans costs 8000 gallons of water.

3 Hydrating Wellness Gifts to share this World Water Day

H201SHIFT Starter Kit

Shower head set, including water filter and aromas.

H201Shift Shower head presented with glass cubes and rounded scent capsule

Dash drinks

Wonky fruits n veggies flavoured sparkling water

colourful cans 330ml cans with DASH written on the front

Pledge your support and take action

Be the change and contribute to solving the water and sanitation crisis for all.