Freshwater is essential for life on this planet. Yet freshwater is a finite resource, and one that is depleting around the world due to climate change, pollution, and development. If we care about just and equal access to freshwater resources, currently and in the future, we must manage freshwater usage and protect freshwater bodies.
Everyone has a role to play in water stewardship, and in this session we will hear perspectives from the following speakers:
Raj Gill, Great Lakes Program Director at Canadian Freshwater Alliance
Wahsayzee Deleary from the Oneida and Chippewa of the Thames First Nations
Aaron Rozentals, Division Manager of Water Engineering at City of London
Dan Rinehart, Vice President of Global Sales and Marketing at Trojan Technologies
This is a FREE community event made possible by the London Public Library, the London Environmental Network, and the City of London.
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