Development and Peace: Let Justice Flow Workshop (Mon. Mar. 22 @ 12:30 pm)

Hello Student Leaders! Welcome to D&P’s Let Justice Flow workshop.

WATCH LIVE STREAM

TAKE ACTION – MAKE A PLEDGE

CREATING BOTTLED WATER FREE ZONE RESOURCES

POST WORKSHOP WATER ACTIVITIES

Got questions? Email D&P Animator Emily Lukasik at elukasik@devp.org

135 thoughts on “Development and Peace: Let Justice Flow Workshop (Mon. Mar. 22 @ 12:30 pm)

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  1. Water is sacred because we only have so much water that we can actually use out of that 75%, and the process of filtering the water also costs a lot and isnt easy

  2. Water is sacred because first of all we don’t have to much liquid freshwater and
    because water is the only thing that is mostly keeping us alive besides food

  3. Water sustains us, flows between us, within us, and replenishes us. Water is the blood of Mother Earth and, as such, cleanses not only herself, but all living things.

  4. Water is sacred because it keeps us alive. I think we shouldn’t take it for granted as it is something that that helps growth and helps us live.

  5. Megnot from St.John XXIII: Water is sacred because it’s a gift from God. We are baptised with it and need it to live.

  6. Water is important so that you could survive and be hydrated it is something we need. In baptism they put you in water.

  7. Water is so sacred because not everyone has it. We take it for grant and we shouldn’t. Water is used for so many other things, without water, we wouldn’t be able to live at all.

  8. Water is sacred because without water we cannot live. Water also is important because, for some animals that live in the ocean, it helps the animals to breathe.

  9. this is a weird question but If water is a liquid that we drink then racing fuel is also a liquid how do we not drink that if your confused don’t bother answering

    1. Weird question lol. But racing fuel is made from other things while water is something that is a source not made from other things. Also racing fuel has many chemicals and would probably taste horrible so unless you want to get sick I’m pretty sure water would be much better. My point is that just because it’s a liquid doesn’t mean u drink it. Example: oil. Do you drink oil?

  10. It’s easy to be a steward of the Earth! Water is used in a lot of things, but we can limit our water use. Don’t let taps run while your brush your teeth, shut them off! Doing laundry, try to put clothes in one big load to not waste any water!

  11. I can not buy that much clothing, don’t wat meat, turn off the tap, use only how much of water you need, don’t use the shower too much.

  12. I can reduce water by turning off the tap when not using it. Also, I can take shorter showers. We should always care and respect the water we use

  13. Its not easy to stop using water altogether but we can try to reduce buying unneeded clothes and try to eat less meat

  14. Also, I feel like the big companies that produce a lot of meat should slow down on the production of burgers, hot dogs lunch meat etc.

  15. Spend a day noting down the ways you use water, then at the end, reflect on what ways you can avoid in the future to save water

  16. You can also spread the word about the issue on water, so that more people are aware and are able to help as well :):):)

  17. You can also spread the word about the issue on water, so that more people are aware and are able to help as well :):):)

  18. we can send water to the people instead of their government cus most of the time the government keeps the water from their people

  19. I’ve seen mini water bottles that are made out of algae which I think is going to be great for the environment once everyone has them

  20. My school, OLPH, is doing great! Personally, I believe I’ve only seen at least 3 bottles in my all my years here!

  21. I have heard that if people keep littering bottled water, there will be more bottles in the ocean than fish.

  22. I pledge that I’ll do my utmost best to help the world, not just with water, but also with every other issue that’s happening!

  23. I hope this went well.

    Peace, Joy, Hope, Charity, Gratitude, Patience, Gentleness, Respect and Humility,
    Steve De Quintal
    Teacher, St. Mary Catholic Academy, 66 Dufferin Park Ave. Toronto, Ontario M6H-1J6.
    416-393-5528 ext. 84293
    “that they may have life and have it to the full.”
    ***You can always email but a call or a visit will get a quicker response***

    ________________________________

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