Water Campaign Highlights

Different Water Issues Requires Diverse Solutions
Water issues can come in different shapes and sizes around the world. In Grades of Green's Water Campaign, students have the freedom to choose which issues that they want to address and tackle.

As a result, students around the world have been tackling an assortment of water issues in their own way!

Bottega Delle Arti Creative in Rome is a dance school that is addressing Rome's serious water infrastructure issues. Rome is currently one of the largest water leaking cities in the entire world due to their aging piping infrastructure and lack of funds to address this issue. Through dance, the school is not only bringing awareness if this issue to citizens in Rome, but also to an international audience through online videos and seminars with guests hailing from around the world.

Unity Charter School in Morristown, New Jersey had a huge team of environmentalists this year. They decided to tackle all kinds of water issues based on their students' interest. One of their students wanted to tackle the water quality issues affecting their beautiful beach. He planned to host communal cleanups along the beach to help his community not only appreciate the beauty of the nature but also respect it by encouraging event-goers to keep the beach beautiful by picking up litter.

St. Roza in Kampala, Uganda has been trying to conserve as much water as possible due to their area's lack of water infrastructure and their inconsistent rainy and dry seasons. In addition to their newly built well, St. Roza is relying on a series of rain barrels to increase their water conservation efforts to prepare them for the upcoming dry season.

None of this would be possible without the generous help from our sponsors:
- The Boeing Company
- Sanitation District of Los Angeles County
- Long Beach Water Department
- Northrop Grumman
- LAcarGUY
- LA Kings Foundation
- Subaru Pacific
- County Supervisor Sheila Kuehl
- Carton Council
- Downtown Manhattan Beach Business & Professionals Association
- Johnson Ohana Foundation
- West Coast Event Productions
- Grand View PTA
- Optima Energy
- Continental Development
- Klean Kanteen

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