This year, 350 organizations in Singapore organized over 250 activities and initiatives to commemorate World Water Day. The island-wide celebrations reached out to over 400,000 people. In line with the global effort to raise awareness on the importance of water sustainability, the theme for the celebrations is ‘Every Drop Counts’; reminding all residents to cherish and conserve water.
The month-long event culminated on Sat, 21 March 2015 at the Singapore Sports Hub, where over 6,000 people took part in community-led activities such as a Walk for Water, Cycle for Water and Paddle for Water.
To commemorate WWD, iconic attractions such as the Singapore Flyer, Supertrees at Gardens By The Bay and the Singapore Sports Hub turned blue for water. Commuters on the North-East Line MRT train also got to catch an MRT train cabin specially decked-out in water conservation messages.
Keep a look out for even more activities and initiatives for water at Singapore World Water Day 2016!
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