For more than 2 billion people, the act of opening a tap and having drinking water is an impossible wish. But it is one that can come true.
WATER – UNFILTERED EXHIBITION gives voice to the basic right to clean water. In an appealing and positive tone, the exhibition looks towards the future and explores how science and technology, knowledge and imagination are key to tackle current water-related challenges.
The 29 interactive exhibits engage visitors in a journey through the availability and use of water on our planet and to take action, committing themselves to a future with water for all.
The 4 thematic areas of the exhibition explore the contrast between life with and without access to water. Key messages such as the concept of water footprint, the importance of adequate sanitation, the increasing relevance of efficient water management measures in cities, and the crucial role of water in ecosystems and biodiversity are addressed throughout the exhibition.
The exhibition emerges in the context of the International Decade for Action - Water for Sustainable Development and in the framework of United Nations Sustainable Development Goal 6: Water and sanitation for all by 2030.
Space required: approx. 600/700 m2
Minimum room height: 4 m
Transport details: 4 lorries (2,7 m height)
Accessibility: this exhibition is also accessible to people with special needs