TWITTER PARTY: WORLD WATER DAY

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Have you ever heard of a Twitter Party? It’s a way to create online conversation, bringing people together for a cause. We will be co-hosting a Twitter Party with DigDeep today from 11 am to 12 pm PST in honor of World Water Day.

World Water Day (WWD) is an annual celebration of our most important resource, and a time to reflect on the water-related challenges we still face in our communities all over the world. The problems may change according to the region, however it all boils down to our relationship with water. This year, WWD falls on a Sunday, so we decided to host this event on Friday. This year’s theme is “Water and Sustainable Development.” Water is central to health, nature, urbanization, industry, energy, food, and equality. Since we need all these things, the discussion falls on how we can maintain a sustainable practice.

Let’s get down to the rules, shall we?

The party will begin with a brief introduction and then the host (@DigDeepH2O) will be posing ten questions to followers (one every six minutes.) Each of the questions will touch on water’s link to health, nature, urbanization, industry, energy, food, and equality – as mentioned above. We will then be answering the questions as they come under the #WWDHang.

We hope this Twitter Party will create a unique way to interact with our friends and followers in a conversation that is close to our heart. This party is for World Water Day, but we can’t do it without you. Follow us on Twitter (@shuttheflushup) and tag your friends (#WWDHang). Spread the word and join the fun! Together we can do this.