Water conservation is an important policy to take hold of that focuses on strategies and sustainability measures to present this natural resource. With a growing need in human demand, much water is being used. Here is a look at some amazing water conservation slogans that are aimed are raising awareness with water waste.
At work or at play, Save water everyday.
Be proficient about being efficient!
Be smarter about using water.
Care for water, land and air, polluting is just not fair.
Cause an uproar to Save water.
Conserve water. Conserve life.
Don’t flush our planet’s most valuable resource.
Don’t let life slip down the drain.
Don’t let the water run in the sink, our life’s on the brink!.
Don’t let this chance fly away, Save water!
Don’t pollute it, Don’t waste it. Be aware to use it with care.
Every drop in the ocean counts.
For all it’s worth, Be good to our Earth!
Go green before the green goes.
How many drops make up an ocean? Conserve water; every drop counts.
If we don’t learn to conserve, we’ll all be fish out of water.
It takes a lot of blue to stay green.
It will be a BIG problem if we waste our water.
Let’s all do our share to conserve water with care.
No matter your age or size, saving water is wise!
SAVE WATER – Don’t waste the world’s blood.
Save water if you care, about water conservation be aware.
Save water, and it will save you.
Save Water: Because every drop counts.
Saving water is a good deed, it’s an essential resource, we all need!
The less you use, the more you save.
Think globally, act locally.
Think in a sustainable way, for a better day!
Thousands have lived without love, not one without water.
Waste water today – Live in desert tomorrow.
Water = Life Shortage = Strife.
Water = Life, Conservation = Future!
Water preservation to prevent future devastation.
Water, water everywhere but not a drop to drink.
Water: The liquid that sustains life, Conserve it!
When water you conserve, Life you preserve!
Will you only ask why when the well runs dry?
You never know the worth of water until the well runs dry.
Here is a look at one great Ted Talk and the economics of water conservation.