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Hamilton Ontario's Resilience Plan

Before this mission I have never heard of the words "urban resilience", so once I typed in these words following my city I was very surprised as well as intrigued to see an article that read "Poverty is a serious problem in Hamilton". The Welcome Inn Community Center has two specific innovative ways to reduce poverty levels in Hamilton. One innovation is the bizPlan the other is,… Continue

Posted on May 27, 2011 at 11:30pm

Alberta Tar Sands Leak

The most damaging crisis that could occur is a spill in the Alberta Tar Sands. These tar sands are massive deposits of oil. If something goes wrong with the equipment used to transfer the oil from point A to B and causes a huge spill, Ushahidi will have no problems attaining information to create a report. This crisis will no longer remain local as this would be a huge deal and it would extrapolate to a national crisis. I would have to track many things during this crisis such… Continue

Posted on May 26, 2011 at 11:30am

Women of the Future

The women I empowered in 2011 have gone on to win Nobel Peace Prizes in medicine and peace in the year of 2020-21. Who would've thought that a group of women who played rugby would go on to win an award with such prestige? These women on the rugby team felt so empowered that a quarter of the team went on to be women activists and won the Peace Prize while half received their doctorate and became great innovators in the field of medicine. The following year, 2021 the women who started… Continue

Posted on May 25, 2011 at 10:30pm

Save Water

It seems as though the world especially developed countries are abusing our world water sources. Our Earth is composed of approximately 75% of water. Therefore, it is really significant that we do everything we can to save our water resources. Here are some tips that will help conserve our water:



1. Put a brick, a bottle filled with sand, or a Hippo / Bog-Hog bag into your toilet cistern. This reduces the amount of water you flush down the toilet.



2. Don't use a hose pipe… Continue

Posted on May 20, 2011 at 1:30am

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