All life on earth depends on water. Canada has more than any other country on Earth, but the supply isn’t endless, and the quality isn’t guaranteed.
Access to water is a global issue.
Researchers at Canadian universities are helping find cost effective solutions to clean unusable water. They’re studying the interaction of water in the atmosphere, and how soil contaminants upstream impact water quality downstream. Using powerful computer clusters, they’re revealing how global climate change influences the environment in your community.
Clean water determines our future. That’s why Canadian researchers are working to preserve our most important resource.
Come meet them!
Watch their video interviews:
- Irena Creed at Western University
- Dick Peltier at the University of Toronto
- Charlie Trick at Western University
- Phillippe Van Cappellen at the University of Waterloo