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Tomorrow’s ‘TEAM WoW’ needed now. Are you ready to take over the challenge?


If you love WATER and the environment, Follow us @Worldof_Water and better still, Join Us.

Our charity is looking for twelve special people to help reshape the World and tackle its problems. If you know you are one of the twelve, this is the right time to contact us, meet us, and get to know our aims.

This is a rare opportunity to lead the way and:
  • gain personal experience,
  • do good,
  • change things,
  • help those in need,
  • develop friendships,
  • further your plans to protect and enhance World ecosystems,
  • promote a generation of more caring people
  • combine your energy with that of others around the World who have similar views to you.

For those who are eager but not quite ready to take over, training is available via a bursary scheme. Please enquire.  You can email us (see image below) or get in touch with us via our field centre contact page



If you prefer to send us a message, then visit our comments page and please type 054 at the beginning of your comment to grab our immediate attention.

Planned projects include:

1.  Education
Development of a global augmented reality app. , designed to merge environmental education with the changing environment.

2.  Correlating Sponsored Exhibits
Negotiating the co-funding of environmental sponsorship projects with individuals and groups.

3.  International Relations
Constant global liaison to underline that everyone must take an active interest in maintaining healthy water supplies and a clean water environment.

4.  Communications and Technology
Pushing technology so it helps World of Water’s aims and also supports all those working towards a perpetually sustainable future.

5.  Crowd Support networking
Reaching out to everyone to spread and culture the concerns of World of Water.

6.  Ecognomic campaigning
Grasping a global picture for us so that our charity always keeps up-to-date with the growth needs of others.

7.  Publishing and messaging a publicist for both digital and live broadcast.
Inter-group communications nerd who simply loves feeding the digital monster and finding out about good water related issues our charity should support.

8.  Hydrosystems Research
Gaining data and spotting the sort of useful stuff that will help our water projects and being part of the design team to communicate these findings to a wide audience.

9.  Budgetting
Preparing practical account projections for all projects so our charity keeps on budget and cultures an ongoing understanding of future funding needs and ‘what it takes to do what’.

10. Farmer / Aquaculturist.
Knowing the water in soil and sharing the findings from our charity’s aquaponic farming research.

11. Water Engineer
Spotting global problems in water management before they occur and working on ways to resolve present and ongoing water engineering issues in the environment, manufactured systems and  World of Water projects.

12. Musician and Event Organiser
Using the beats of World music to bring people together over the water issues that increasingly pull communities apart.

We can do this, together.




On behalf of the Trustees of World of Water.
Reg. UK Charity No 327188

School Talkabout on: FOODS / How are we going to Feed the World?

Do you eat natural vegetables and fruit or processed fruit and veg?
Do you buy natural meat and fish or processed meat and fish?


The more humans we breed, the more stomachs we need to feed, the more farm land we need to create, the less habitats for wildlife, the more industrialised and controlled farming.

What’s to be done in the long term?

We could limit child birth or move to a bigger planet.

What can we do in the immediate short term whilst we think about the long term?

We can try and slow population growth – but that’s not going to go down well with those who want to breed big families.  We can stop wasting the food we grow. We can limit our eating to the amount of food our bodies actually need – but that’s not going to make gluttons happy.

We can increase the size and efficiency of our farms – but that leads to even more  industrialised farming and more fertilizer production and antibiotic use.

We can start to eat different wild caught foods that at the moment escape our dinner plates – but that may put a few more species on the endangered list.

Do you think we could develop a more efficient human digestive system?

Become a Food Technologist.

It’s very likely that most of us will continue to buy and eat farmed food. We might pick a wild blackberry or go on a fungus foraging course but so long as money-earning keeps us busy, we are not all going to start farming food full time.

Soylent Green? Don’t even think about it! But DO THINK about green solutions to growing our future protein requirements – maybe Spirulina (Arthrospira platensis and A. maxima)  or the red, brown and orange solutions from other algae species

During a WoW School Talkabout we discuss food and feeding the World, in the hope of encouraging more hungry students to make a career in sustainable food production.

Hungry to know more? Get in touch with us.