Seeds of Change

Written by Kirsten Mathison, YAB volunteer for the Great Canoe Journey & Great Waters Challenge in 2018-2019 I try to keep a record of things I am grateful for each day. Overwhelmingly, my entries centre around the dinner table. There is something about food that nourishes more than my body. It strengthens my relationships by…

A North Shore Cycle Adventure!

Written by Jordan Hawkswell I recently returned from a great adventure through precambrian rocks, winding rivers, wildflower fields, charming towns, and lush forest. This was the Great Waterfront Trail Adventure (GWTA), put on by the Waterfront Regeneration Trust, that brings people together from all over to experience the Great Lakes and their watersheds. The adventure…

How collaboration and reconnection with water can awaken people’s sensibility: The experience of launching WIL Brasil Nordeste.

Blog written by Igor Vieira, Team WILBrasilNE, Environmental Engineer – Specialist in Oceanography and Masters in Environmental Engineering by UFRPE.* With applications for WILBrasil Nordeste closing this week, we reflect on our launch event, and we look forward to see how the young participants will converge to collectively address our water challenges at our immersion…

Como a colaboração e a aproximação com as águas podem despertar a sensibilidade das pessoas: A experiência do lançamento das inscrições do WIL Brasil Nordeste.

Blog escrito por Igor Vieira, Equipe WILBrasilNE, Engenheiro Ambiental – Especialista em Oceanografia e Mestre em Engenharia Ambiental pela UFRPE.* Os contextos brasileiros são muito peculiares quando se fala sobre água e saneamento.  O desenvolvimento num país de proporções continentais faz com que os temas relacionados à água estejam em relevância em todos os setores. Diferentes…

My Journey with Waterlution

by Shamily Shanmuganathan. Two years ago, if you had asked me where I saw myself, I definitely wouldn’t have known. I was in my last year of undergrad at the University of Waterloo and just wanted to finish school. But somewhere along my academic journey, I felt that there was a disconnect between what I…