We didn’t think we’d start a company. But hey, here we are. I started the AquaHacking challenge by putting the word out among friends to see who wanted to get together and form a team. We had a few sessions in May where we brainstormed problems and ideas, and settled on one that we all … Continue reading AquaHacking Reflections
For an assignment for my class on water resource systems modelling, we were asked to go somewhere, observe flow, and write about it. I was advised to go check out a tiny pipe with a crazy back story in High Park. At the Spring Creek footbridge adjacent to the off-leash dog park, two streams of … Continue reading The Channel Beneath High Park
Just re-posting a blog I wrote for Waterlution! Original post is here. I’ve known Maricor for more than 10 years. We were in the same class in environmental engineering and both stayed in the Waterloo area after graduation. She has completed a master’s degree and is nearing the finishing line for her PhD, where she’s … Continue reading WATER CONNECTIONS – FROM CANADA TO THE PHILIPPINES
The Great Waters Challenge has a Level 2! For level 2, I went to a Toronto organizing workshop, and helped organize a water & storytelling event. The video below is my entry into Level 2 - wish me luck! - the top prize is a trip to Brazil for the World Youth Parliament for Water!
I wrote this for Waterlution's blog, and I'm just re-posting it here. Here is the original post. Thanks Waterlution for featuring my blog and for the GWC Level 1 prize! “This is going to be easy!” was my first thought when I read about the Great Waters Challenge. It’s just writing some blog posts about … Continue reading The Challenge of Bringing People Together – My Reflections on GWC #1