Past Highlights

Highlights from 2022

On October 20, 2022, we hosted our eighth annual Imagine a Day Without Water, uniting participants across the nation and even across the globe to reach millions on social media. Check out this year’s highlights scroller below.

The US Water Alliance and Climate Nexus hosted a live conversation on Twitter Spaces with Alliance Director of Policy and Government Affairs, Scott Berry, alongside partners from DigDeep, the Tribal Clean Water Initiative, PolicyLink, Rural Community Assistance Partnership, and Water Hub.

The Governor of Hawaii declared October 20, 2022, as Imagine a Day Without Water.

We the People of Detroit shared a pledge for action on water affordability.

The City of Atlanta Department of Watershed Management released a series of water tips on protecting this life-sustaining resource.

Prince William County Service Authority partnered with a local nonprofit and a library to host activities for children focused on water education.

Community Water Center released a series of TikToks to bring attention to some of the US communities that don’t have to imagine a day without water because it’s a daily reality.

Iowa Soybean Association created a video to spotlight water conservation efforts in agriculture.

CITCO + ONE Foundation hosted a student art and writing contest focused on imagining a world where everyone has access to clean water.

American Rivers shared a blog to highlight the increasing impacts of drought.

Charlotte Water produced a video to discuss the value of water in their community.

The Mayor of Tucson, Arizona, proclaimed Imagine a Day Without Water as critical to highlighting the importance to access of safe, clean, reliable, and high-quality water.

A representative from Vera Aqua Vera Vita challenged himself to live a day on only one gallon of water.

Milwaukee Water Works composed an op-ed as a call to action for federal investment in water infrastructure.

Alexandra Renew Enterprises hosted an event for community members to learn about local water management efforts.