Friday, November 7, 2014
Water is a multidimensional element; water cleanses, nourishes, sustains ecosystems, and is life-giving. Water is sacred. As the climate changes and our population grows we begin to put more stresses on our freshwater resources. In order to ensure the availability and cleanliness of the water for future generations, we must learn to better manage our own consumption and use.
"Water is a human right and as such, must be protected from privatization, pollution, and bulk exports." The Council of Canadians.
Join us on Saturday November 15 from 9:00 a.m. - 12:30 p.m. for "Water Wisdom" at the Hamilton Spectator Auditorium (44 Frid St.) to learn about water management in our homes, in our community, and globally. Special guest speakers include: Sara Stratton, KAIROS, Romila Verma, Professor of hydrology at the University of Toronto, and Christina Read, Greening Sacred Spaces.
Event is FREE.
For more information call Gail at 905-522-3330 or email Christina at firstname.lastname@example.org
Posted by Hamilton Climate Challenge at 12:09 PM