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Showerhead with greenery in background.

As temperatures rise, so do risks for water. Hotter, drier summers and warmer winters will shrink our supply—impacting forests, fish, people and farms.

Conserving water today jumpstarts new habits that help ensure water security in years to come.

   5 minutes
× 30 days
   2,775,000 gallons of water

If Every1 in Washington shortened their shower by 5 minutes for 30 days, we’d save nearly 3 trillion gallons of water!

Commit + Share

Commit to climate action, and try shorter showers for 30 days.

Together, we can make a tremendous difference. So let’s bring #EVERY1 on board! Share your commitment and challenge friends in your network.

What We're Doing

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