Learning to Love Dandelions Again

By Rosheen Tetzlaff, Summer Youth Programs Assistant at Waterlution Rosheen volunteered with the Waterlution Youth Advisory Board in 2018/19 and is currently working on their youth programming for the summer. She is a recent Environmental & Conservation Science graduate from the University of Alberta and a lover of the outdoors. This year I graduated from…

Update from Waterlution

No matter where you live in the world, I am guessing you are consumed by global and local news on the spread of COVID-19 and doing your best to figure out how to act, what to prepare for and what this means for your region, country, community, work, family and friends. Over the course of…

Leadership For Our Times

By Karen Kun, President As 2019 comes to a close and a new decade is upon us, a natural process of reflection emerges and I look forward to sharing some thoughts from the year past, some program highlights, learnings and Waterlution’s focus on leadership in the current state of the world. We live in a…

A WIL Welcoming to Waterlution

Written by Laina Timberg, Coordinator, Youth Programs, Toronto, O.N. & Megan Cornall, Water Innovation Lab Global Coordinator, Vancouver, B.C. The Water Innovation Lab Canada 2019 (WILCanada2019) ran from October 5-11 in Calgary and Kananaskis, Alberta. It was the first time a WIL had returned to Alberta since they were moved to a global scale four…

CELEBRATING 15 YEARS OF WATERLUTION: PART TWO OF THREE INTERVIEW SERIES WITH PRESIDENT KAREN KUN

Written By Laura Palumbo, Writer, Producer and Communications Specialist  In this three-part interview series with Founder and President, Karen Kun, Karen looks back at the past 15 years of growing Waterlution, and ahead to future plans for her organization.   LP: In what different ways have you grown Waterlution in the past 15 years? KK: Since the…