The theme for World Water Day 2020 is Water and Climate Change. As we continue to connect the fights for climate justice, water justice and Indigenous rights, this World Water Day, the Council of Canadians extends an invitation to our chapters and supporters to screen The Condor & The Eagle, a timely film following Indigenous leaders who are engaged in critical actions to preserve their territories from environmental destruction through the Americas We hope that this film is an opportunity to learn, build community, and come together on the issue of the climate and water crisis. Find out more information about the film and access the organizing toolkit here.
In addition to this screening, chapters and supporters are encouraged to organize their own World Water Day activity that is in line with the local water issues. If you decide to plan an event, let us know what you are doing so we can highlight it on our website. Email your event details to firstname.lastname@example.org, and don’t forget to check out our water publications, which you can use to help inform people and raise awareness.
Please note that many chapter events have been postponed in support of measures to help reduce the spread of Coronavirus (COVID-19). Stay tuned for future events.
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