#WorldWaterDay #takeactionnow pic.twitter.com/XKDeUwiFqa — Hamilton Blue Dot (@HamiltonBlueDot) March 22, 2016 Hamilton, ON made their commitment to support our right to a healthy environment on Feb. 25th, 2015 – the first municiplaity in Ontario to do so!
Hi Green Team, Grade 7’s at Ancaster Meadow are looking forward to Hamilton Water-Water Works Eco-Competition. The case study will be very interesting. Contact Chris.Wilson@hamilton.ca for more information. Also, see Ontario Eco-Schools Eco-action 10×10 challenge, interesting ideas for after March break activities.
Here is another idea. Chris Wilson is the youth/education outreach coordinator with the City of Hamilton. He may be willing to present/share ideas at your Eco-Fair. His email is email@example.com.
Hi, everyone. In the spirit of EcoSchools, this website, http://waterlife.nfb.ca is an interactive exploration of what water is and how we treat it, celebrate it, and take it for granted. A great resource by the National Film Board.