Clean water day is being celebrated in Ireland on Sunday, marking a milestone for the Irish Water service, and the campaign to fight global warming.
The Clean Water day was first introduced in the UK in March, and has since been adopted in several other countries including New Zealand, Canada and Australia.
Clean water is one of the key targets for Irish Water in its ongoing efforts to combat climate change.
It is a critical part of its mission to provide clean drinking water to all citizens in the country, and to ensure the well-being of people living in rural communities.
Ireland is also in the process of developing its own global clean water strategy, to be launched in 2020.
Ireland has the world’s sixth largest coastline, and is home to around half the worlds population.
In recent years, Ireland has become a leader in combating climate change, and its efforts have helped bring down global temperature rise by up to two degrees.
Ireland’s Clean Water initiative is aimed at protecting Ireland’s coastlines from coastal flooding, and also the pollution that contributes to sea level rise and other threats.
In the coming years, the country will be focusing on more ambitious initiatives to reduce water consumption, increase clean water supplies, and protect the environment.
The first Clean Water event to take place in Ireland was held in November, and will be attended by members of the public, government officials, industry representatives, and water professionals.
Irish Water is now working to develop its own Global Clean Water strategy to ensure Ireland has a safe, clean drinking supply.