THUNDER BAY – ENVIRONMENT – For David Suzuki it is pretty obvious. “If you don’t have air to breathe in three minutes, you are dead. If you don’t have clean air to breathe, you get sick. If you don’t have water for three days, you die. If you don’t have clean water, you get sick”.
Speaking at a packed auditorium at the Waverly Library last night, the Blue Dot campaign hosted a town hall meeting working to grow the grassroots support to strengthen Ontario Environmental Bill of Rights.
The effort is not just Ontario based, the campaign is going across the country, province by province building support, and then seeks a federal constitutional amendment to protect the environment.
Suzuki says, “The Blue Dot refers to how the earth looks from space…”
Talking BlueDot – Thanking Thunder Bay
The event was carried live on NetNewsLedger with the co-operation of the David Suzuki Foundation and the BlueDot campaign.
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