WWF: Protect water


  • The climate crisis isn’t a future problem – it’s here, right now. In 2020 alone, 30 million people were displaced due to weather-related events, primarily storms and loss of food. And the most affected communities have done the least to cause this crisis, yet are feeling the biggest impact. We need to do more to help people and nature prepare and adjust to the impacts of climate change. To make that happen, we need to protect and restore healthy rivers, lakes and wetlands to build resilience to floods and droughts. Because when it comes to adapting to a warming world, water is a critical part of the solution. Healthy rivers, lakes and wetlands build more climate resilient communities, economies and ecosystems. It’s critical we value them properly

Image credit: © Jashim Salam / WWF-UK

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