A Greener Indiana

Everybody can do something to make a greener Indiana

It takes our community to solve our water problems. It takes many communities to solve global problems.

FYI :: Interesting Opportunity ::

Even if we optimize all water usage in the world, scientists assert that there still will not be enough freshwater to sustain every person on Earth by 2025.

But no one person can solve the global freshwater crisis alone, we have to do it together.

As concerned citizens and humans, we are searching for community members to participate in developing local, innovative solutions that address our part in the global freshwater crisis. With your involvement, we want to reframe how people think about and manage water, reevaluate how we solve water issues, and inspire people to act.

This initiative is forming in response to an international challenge to redesign the future of water. As part of this process, our efforts may be presented at the UN World Summit on Climate Change in Copenhagen, Denmark next fall.

Would you be willing to share your ideas, passion, and work toward this endeavor?

Your involvement could be as much or as little as you choose.

Join the conversation, or e-mail us back to see how you can be involved.


Thank you.

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Comment by Pamela on November 19, 2008 at 8:37am
Thank you Derek! I am currently in my second year in the Visual Communication Design Graduate program at Herron School of Art and Design -- the response to the initiative came out of the research of a team of design students in their first year of the program. Here are a few links with more information about the challenge that you may find helpful: http://circleofblue.org/ AND http://www.aspendesignchallenge.org/ -- we are currently looking for people in the community to share thoughts, ideas and work that will help to define problems we can begin to solve at the local level. Please feel free to let me know if you'd like to be involved, and we can figure out how and to what capacity. Thanks for your interest, Derek! cheers, Pamela

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