Sustainability And Everyday Ideas to Save Water

Our relationship started at the ocean; we had our first date at the beach. Canon and I love to surf which has really emphasized our environmental consciousness. We think sustainably, using recycled glass to fill our drinking water with and try to make efforts where we can. Naturally, water is something that we think about all the time. In support of World Water Day and the efforts of saving water for a sustainable future, Canon and I are wearing our Levi's Water<Less collection which has saved 3 billion liters of water since its start and continues to fight the water crisis everyday.

"Started in 1993 by the United Nations (UN), World Water Day was created to inspire people all over to learn more about water-related issues and to take action to make a difference — the end goal being “water for all” by 2030.

While the world has made significant strides in the last 25 years, even today, billions of people are still living without safe water, leaving their households, schools, workplaces, farms and factories struggling to survive and thrive. That’s why Levi’s® takes a stand and works to fight the water crisis, not just today, but every day.”

Levi’s is super passionate about saving water and they are doing their part to innovate ways to cut back, reuse water during production and sharing their water-saving techniques to the rest of the industry. By 2020, their goal is for 80% of all Levi’s products to be made with the Water<Less innovations.

Learn more about Levi’s Sustainable efforts here.

Here are some Everyday Ideas to Save Water:

Wash jeans only when really dirty— it’s a total myth that you have to wash your jeans after every wear. Hanging them in the sun will do the trick.

Take showers instead of baths.

Use the dishwasher— running a full load actually uses less water than hand washing.

Turn off the water when you brush your teeth and soap up your hands.

Shower with a bucket and use the saved h20 to water your plants .

Plant a native garden and water first thing in the morning— you will need less water, and cooler temperatures mean losing less water to evaporation.

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