Ecoloodi at the Royal Ontario Museum





-Krystal Seedial- World Environment Day, June 5th 2015, was celebrated by the Royal Ontario Museum, where they presented water-themed activities in partnership with Ecoloodi.

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Ecoloodi at Blue Drinks!





-Krystal Seedial- Blue drinks is a monthly social gathering of professionals and students on the topic of water. This month Ecoloodi gave a presentation on Water Innovation in Benin

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What happened at Ryerson University’s Science Rendezvous?





-Krystal Seedial- Ecoloodi participated in the 8th annual Science Rendezvous @ Ryerson held at Yonge Dundas Square. The event celebrates science and Ecoloodi was very excited to attend!

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Where is Earth’s Water?





– Joanna Wincentak – Since fresh water is so important to us, let’s take a closer look to see how it’s distributed on our Earth.

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What is the future for Water?





This year, 2015, will mark the expiry of the Millennium Development Goals, which have helped organize the global community around a common framework, and the negotiations of the post-2015 Sustainable Development Goals.

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Why is Ecoloodi for children?





Ecoloodi is focused on children between 3 and 12 years old. There are many reasons, but the most important is that we’re convinced that by starting at that age, we can have the most impact.

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What happened at Water Docs 2015?





The Water Docs 2015 film festival ended on Saturday, March 28, after ten days of screenings, workshops, and activities on the theme of water. Ecoloodi was very happy, once again, to participate.

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Can we learn by playing?





YES…at the Montargis (France) Book Fair! PLAY!…PLAY!…AND MORE PLAY!… were the watchwords for the 2015 fair and Ecoloodi was there.

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How has Ontario evolved since the arrival of the French?





The year 2015 marks the 400th anniversary of the “francophonie” in Ontario. « Champlain, au fil de l’eau ! » is an interactive show for children developed by Ecoloodi for that special celebration. – Paul Overy –

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Why volunteer with Ecoloodi?





Last Sunday was a major milestone in Ecoloodi’s history: the first meeting of Loodi’s volunteers. The meeting featured discussions, debates, and planning, but also games, facial acrobatics and laughter

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