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A Pure Home Water representative demonstrates how to assemble a household water filter at a school in Tamale, Ghana. (Courtesy photo)
Students around the world have recognized the need for water conservation and are taking action. From experiencing the role lakes play in the local ecosystem firsthand to taking part in innovative environmental projects that help youth put their ideas into action, these students are setting an example for everyone around the world- regardless of age.
This video gives you a glimpse into an incredible adventure for Israeli high school students spending a week at Lake Kinneret. In conjunction with the Society of the Protection of Nature, the students see up close how the river impacts its surroundings and how important conservation is. Israel has been experiencing lower than normal rainfall for several years, which has resulted in the lake to fall below the “black line” – the line that indicates when there is not enough water to pump out to people without severely damaging the water supply. When students interact with nature and get to see exactly how they can impact something as vital as a river, both positively and negatively, it can be the catalyst for positive action. Those same students that sleep next to the rivers, under the stars, are aware of the interconnectedness of an ecosystem. This awareness makes the first step towards water conservation not only easier, but imperative.
About 5,000 kilometers away in Tamil Nadu, India, students at Kola Permual Chetty Vaishnav Senior Secondary School in India are continuing to take steps to conserve water on a school-wide level. In 2008, they won the Green I Competition sponsored by Yi Bangalore (Young Indians Bangalore), a “competition for school students [that] aims to create awareness and encourage students to think about conservation and sustainability measures that can be incorporated within their school/community for a better tomorrow.” The prize money the students won supported 8 rain water harvesting systems on the school’s campus, a roof-top garden, solar hot water generators, and a drip-irrigation system. This group of students has made real progress in reducing their school’s impact on the environment and in their water conservation efforts. They used their ingenuity, creativity, and teamwork to not only learn about different innovations they could use, but to create their own and take even greater positive action.
Has your school done anything great to help the environment? Are they doing something now? From recycling and composting programs to installing solar panels, when students work together they can make incredible changes not just in water conservation, but in all areas of the environment.