Reducing the Lethbridge Ecological Footprint

Wednesday, March 08, 2006

'Bridge Day Questions

To better focus action toward improving the sustainability of our City, individuals and organizations in the community must express their thoughts. In answering the following two questions, you will be contributing toward finding common solutions. A diversity of answers is expected, and no answer is right!

1. What is the most important environmental issue of our day?
2. What can be done on campus and in the community to address this issue?

To answer questions:
a) Click on "Comments" below this blog
b) Write your answers in the "Leave your comment section"
c) In "Choose an identity" click "Anonymous"
d) Click on "Login and Publish"

If you are on campus on 'Bridge Day (March 15th), you can also hand in the answers to these questions at the Be-Aware table, and you will have a chance to win a grand prize draw.


At 7:51 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

1. People do not have the same philosophies with respect to being stewards of the Earth. Why should we care if we believe in the afterlife?

2. We can start opening our minds and work with others who have similar goals.

At 10:47 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

using our resouces for a more sustainable future

provide more information to the public of your concerns, most people are lazy so you must make it easy for them to contribute

At 10:33 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

1.Respect: we don't respect eachother enough to want to inflict change for the good of another person/generation. A lot of us have an "every person for themself!" attitude!

2. Someone needs to have the courage to stand up and make some regulations about waste (energy, materials, etc).
No change = No change!

At 6:54 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

1. Water will become one of the major global issues in the future. Already water is being used wastefully, and without regard to natural processes that sustain water levels.

2. As Canadians, we are lucky enough to have massive amounts of fresh water. However, we continue to be the worlds heaviest water user per person. We have to protect our water (from international export, corporate exploitation), and reduce our usage to become a world leader in water resource managment.

At 11:38 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...



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