This map needs your voice. Contribute to this collaborative map and help accomplish its 2 big goals.
To protect and sustain these waters, first we need to strengthen the bonds between the citizens and organizations who care deeply about them. By sharing our care, worry, and wisdom we can multiply our big ambitions. Our relationship with the Great Lakes needs a fundamental shift. The current approach is comfortable diluting pollution, managing risks, marketing resources, and building exclusive playgrounds and vistas. So our second task is to define and practice a Commons ethic. The waters are a shared Commons and should be respected as a gift. The Great Lakes give us life, identity, and a shared duty to revitalize them. Rather than responding, a Commons ethic leads us toward a new vision based in relationships, belonging, and collaboration.
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|Tell Lone Pine to drop its NAFTA lawsuit...||Saint Lawrence River, Quebec, Canada||May 14 2013|
|Toronto: 2013 Talking Tour for Our Great...||Harbourfront Centre, 235 Queens Quay West, Toronto, ON M5J 2G8, Canada||Apr 27 2013|
|Rochester: 2013 Talking Tour for Our Great...||1000 East Henrietta Road, Rochester, NY 14623, USA||Apr 25 2013|
|Expand Michigan's Bottle Bill||Bay City, MI, USA||Apr 23 2013|
|A Gentle Path, exhibit||Westport, ON, Canada||Apr 21 2013|
|Grand Rapids: 2013 Talking Tour for Our...||1000 East Beltline Avenue Northeast, Grand Rapids, MI 49525, USA||Apr 16 2013|
|Milwaukee: 2013 Talking Tour for Our Great...||2200 East Kenwood Boulevard, University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee, Milwaukee, WI 53211, USA||Apr 15 2013|
|A 1000-MILE Great Lakes Walk book launch||Traverse City, MI, USA||Apr 13 2013|
|Oil Spill: Train Derailment||near Denison, ON P0T, Canada||Apr 5 2013|
|Duluth: 2013 Talking Tour for Our Great...||1200 Kenwood Avenue, The College of St. Scholastica, Duluth, MN 55811, USA||Apr 4 2013|