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Ryerson Urban Water
RUW is a diverse group of researchers providing cost-effective solutions to support a healthy urban water cycle while promoting innovation in water education.
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Ryerson Urban Water 23h
RUW privileged to participate in Kairos Blanket Exercise and learn more about Thx & Great class!
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Ryerson Urban Water Sep 25
MOECC seeking recent grad for 7 mo. Sampling & Testing Tech. position in Bradford, ON starting Q4 2017. link:
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Conservation Ontario Sep 24
Happy ! Help protect Ontario's drinking water sources. 💧
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World Bank Climate Sep 24
263 mn people spend 30 mins/day to collect . Do you value water? Join to show
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Sheila Boudreau Sep 24
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Sheila Boudreau Sep 23
Bonanza in Blue Bayfield, from land 2 lake: partnerships w/funding & support
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Sheila Boudreau Sep 23
Beautiful day to visit Evergreen Brick Works
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Sheila Boudreau Sep 23
watching at the new Lower Don R lookout, design by my TRCA landscape architecture team +
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Nature Conservancy Sep 21
If we are going to slow climate change, we must emit less carbon. Protecting nature is critical to that.
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Sarah Battersby Sep 12
Amazing possibilities of growing food on a roof.
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Living City Campus Sep 12
Filtering to remove pollutants before the runoff enters groundwater, streams, or wetlands is so important!
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Sheila Boudreau Sep 20
Really very well-received, definitely going to repeat this educational experience in future courses! Great work :)
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Ryerson Urban Water Sep 20
Ryerson Urban Planning leads a Kairos Blanket exercise today to educate 4th yr RU students on hist .
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Nick Reid Sep 20
Love this work! It would be a nice fit with Andrew Millward's work on tree mapping park tree.ca
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Dawn Bazely Sep 20
My fun continues tomorrow, 's grade 9 👩🏿👩🏾👩🏽👩🏼👩🏻 day :
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jennifer keesmaat Sep 19
Parks don’t just happen. It takes planning and political will to set aside a piece of land for public use.
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Darko Joksimovic Sep 18
Unprecedented levels of nitrogen could pose risks to Earth's environment via
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CreditValleyCA Sep 18
: Great Lakes are the largest freshwater ecosystem in the world. 3 ways to keep our great, via
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Environment Ontario Sep 5
We’re excited to see student ideas for reducing phosphorous loading! Learn how we're protecting the Great Lakes: 🌊
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AquaHacking Sep 18
We're coming to understand what connection really means, an understanding of our mutual vulnerability - at
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