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The drought in the Cape is forcing us to think differently about how we celebrate this season.
But with the severe drought in the Western Cape and added water stress in other parts of the country forcing us to think differently about how we celebrate this festive season, we can’t #YOLO through the summer holidays. This is why we’re hosting a #WaterwiseXmas Twitter chat.
Together with our water-conscious co-host Traveller 24, we’re lifting the lid on alternative water-wise habits, ideas and and experiences that benefit the Earth.
We’ll be asking:
Q1: How do we make sure visiting tourists save water like a local during #WaterwiseXmas?
Q2: What water-saving habits will you take on the road with you this #WaterwiseXmas?
Q3: What gifts and activities are a no-no in a time of drought? #WaterwiseXmas
Q4: 2017 is nearly out. What’s your #WaterwiseXmas wish for the New Year?
We can only save water while we still have water to save.
So join us on Wednesday, 13 December from 12pm-1pm for our #WaterwiseXmas Twitter chat.