Waterlution Great Waters Challenge 2016-2017

An online participative game for Canadian youth to uncover water stories in their communities and share with a broader audience The Great Waters Challenge is designed to showcase the deep connection that lies between our water and our identity as Canadians—from indigenous traditional knowledge to western practices. Throughout the game, we will look for ways…

WIL Europe 2015

Download Outcome Report WIL Europe 2015 October 4-9 Comrie Croft, Perthshire – Scotland Water challenges are often highly complex, encompassing not only technical and engineering issues, but questions of governance, power, consumption and society. If we are to navigate our way through the large number of hugely interdependent challenges we now face, then our ability…

Region of Waterloo WaterCity 2040 Scenarios Snapshots

The Story of Reduce, Reuse, Recycle (3Rs) The Region of Waterloo is a learning city that applies “blue” technological advancements to achieve material targets. Water knowledge is generated and communicated frequently, conveniently, and creatively. Education sessions are accessible for a diversity of audiences (e.g. plumbers, developers, property owners – residential and commercial). “Reduction” is encouraged…