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Enjoying Clean Water

Increase water-use efficiency, ensure sustainable withdrawals to address water scarcity and reduce the number of people suffering from water scarcity.

Could this be your career mission?

Below are employers you could work for, occupations they employ, and education and training programs to prepare you to achieve this target.
Job Candidate
  1. Water Conservation Groups: Promote water conservation practices within local communities.

  2. Community Gardens and Allotment Associations: Integrate sustainable water-use practices in community gardening initiatives, often emphasizing efficient irrigation methods.

  3. Environmental Stewardship Organizations: Focused on overall environmental conservation, including water resources, and engaging communities in sustainable practices.

  4. Local Environmental Action Committees: Address environmental  issues, including water conservation and freshwater resource management.

  5. Riparian Restoration Projects: Restore and protect the health of riparian zones, which can contribute to improved water quality and sustainable water use.

  6. Land Trusts and Conservation Organizations: Protect and conserve natural areas, including those with significant water resources.

  7. Community-based Watershed Management Groups: Manage and protect local watersheds, ensuring a sustainable supply of freshwater.

  8. Neighborhood Water Watch Programs: Encourage community members to monitor and report on local water conditions, fostering a sense of responsibility and awareness.

  9. Community Resilience and Sustainability Initiatives: Enhance community resilience by addressing various sustainability aspects, including water-use efficiency.

  10. Local Farmers' Associations: Promote sustainable farming practices, including efficient water use and conservation measures.

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