World Water Day 2012 — Get Involved

Posted on March 22, 2012 by

March 22 is World Water Day.  Started in 1992 at the United Nations Conference on Environment and Development (UNCED), “International World Water Day is held annually on 22 March as a means of focusing attention on the importance of freshwater and advocating for the sustainable management of freshwater resources.”

As part of TheTechUpload‘s commitment to sustainability and giving back, we are advertising our support for World Water Day to help spread the world and make information accessible.

We’ll soon be announcing an exciting partnership that will allow YOU, our readers, to get involved and give back to something we all care about, simply by using TheTechUpload.  This isn’t only a site where you can read about what’s happening in the digital world, but it’s a community of people passionate about technology and ways in which we can use it to give back.  Stay tuned for this exciting announcement soon.

Download the World Water Day 2012 brochure for more information and visit the World Water Day 2012 site to connect on Twitter, Facebook, YouTube and Flickr.

Justin Gianninoto, Founder, is an experienced digital strategist and creative thinker. He leverages a unique combination of business insight and technical knowledge to advance clients’ strategic goals. Having a deep knowledge of current trends, platforms and technologies, he effectively positions clients' messaging in front of key audiences. He is active in the digital community, having been selected as a member of the inaugural Summer Startup Accelerator program at General Assembly, a global network of campuses focused on technology, design and business. He continues to pursue his passion for innovation and entrepreneurship, staying connected with General Assembly as a teaching assistant, helping students develop technical skills in HTML, CSS, JavaScript, PHP and WordPress. He graduated from Binghamton University’s School of Management Fast-Track MBA program, receiving his Masters in Business Administration with dual concentrations in Marketing and Management Information Systems, and his Bachelor of Arts in English, General Literature and Rhetoric.