This Blue Dot Blog
John Hastings depends on water to do what he does best – represent Canada as a world-class kayaker.
John is an Olympic hopeful for the 2012 games in London and part of the RBC Olympians program. And he is also a big supporter of This Blue Dot.
Music makes everything better. So it was a delight when Juno Award-winner folk singer Lynn Miles agreed to donate her new song, “Something Beautiful” to One Change for our This Blue Dot water conservation campaign!
The first time I spoke with Ottawa Mayor Jim Watson about One Change’s water conservation campaign was in January 2011 at his New Year’s Reception.
This entry is from Allison, our campaign manager, and her six-year-old son.
Jiggle, jiggle, flush, flush, flush, jiggle, jiggle, flush, jiggle, flush, flush. This is how you demonstrate a potential leaky toilet, when you are 6 years old, and unsure of how to adequately use words to explain this fairly common water wastage problem.
This is an entry written by Jessica, one of our excellent field representatives working on the This Blue Dot campaign.