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WATER – BE THE CHANGE amongst the participants of this year’s Valletta Green Festival

St George’s Square in Valletta will once again be transformed into one huge, colourful, floral carpet for another edition of the Valletta Green Festival, organised by the Valletta Cultural Agency. This is going to be the ninth year of this annual event, which is synonymous with the Maltese cultural calendar. Once more, the National water conservation campaign, WATER – Be the Change, is proud to announce its involvement in this year’s event.

The Festival will start off on Thursday, 28th April till Sunday, 1st May. No doubt, this year’s event will display the traditional flowering exposition in St. George’s Square. This time round, the Valletta Green Festival will depict a colorful floral frog. However, unlike the previous editions, this year’s festival will also include other activities, such as an obstacle course for dogs.

The Water Be the Change campaign will have its own informational stand at St. George’s Square, not only to support this event but also to promote water conservation tips, which can be easily applied at home, at work and also in the agricultural sector.

“Our campaign team members will be giving out useful information; from your day-to-day usage at home to professional advice on how to save water for farmers. Besides, we will be holding live water experiments and quizzes for all the curious minds,” said a representative of the national water conservation campaign, WATER – Be the Change.

Those visiting the informational stand can engage with staff members of the Water – Be the change campaign, and enquire on how to better conserve our natural water resources, reduce pollution, reuse and recycle water. Interested people can also acquire free and official merchandise of the WATER – Be the Change campaign when visiting the informational stand during this weekend’s Valletta Green Festival. Come visit us to help us increase more awareness that with a little care by each and every one of us, today will help preserve our resources, for tomorrow.

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