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The Truth about Veganism and why you’ve Underestimated it
The Truth about Veganism and why you’ve Underestimated it
The Truth about Veganism and why you’ve Underestimated it Blog post by Roopa Suppiah, Co-founder of Water Well-ness Project - Get free updates of new blog posts here.   Dr. Julie Grondin, a Post-doctoral researcher at Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada, and long-time friend of ours, shares with Asha her knowledge and personal experience around[...]
5 awesome summer activities you didn’t realize were eco-friendly
5 awesome summer activities you didn’t realize were eco-friendly
5 awesome summer activities you didn’t realize were eco-friendly Blog post by Roopa Suppiah, Co-founder of Water Well-ness Project - Get free updates of new blog posts here. You’ve been waiting half a year for summer, right? So now that it’s finally here, how are you going to make the most of it?[...]
Be the change you want to see in this world
Be the change you want to see in this world
  Be the change you want to see in this world Blog post by Asha Suppiah, Co-founder of Water Well-ness Project – Get free updates of new blog posts here.   Today we are so excited to share with you an interview we did with Jen Acosta, a business and wealth coach! We talk about how each and[...]
Exciting News
Exciting News
  Exciting News Blog post by Asha Suppiah, Co-founder of Water Well-ness Project - Get free updates of new blog posts here.   We are so thrilled to announce that we have reached our $50,000 goal for our first project through our H2O Investments Program. Thank you so so much for all of your support![...]
Here’s how we can make 2017 the year that changes it all….
Here’s how we can make 2017 the year that changes it all….
 Here's how we can make 2017 the year that changes it all... Blog post by Roopa Suppiah, Co-founder of Water Well-ness Project – Get free updates of new blog posts here. It’s a new year and with that comes an opportunity for a fresh start. The new year doesn’t have to be about making resolutions,[...]
Hypocrisy: the unexpected feeling that the Flint, Michigan water crisis evokes
Hypocrisy: the unexpected feeling that the Flint, Michigan water crisis evokes
Hypocrisy: the unexpected feeling that the Flint, Michigan water crisis evokes Blog post by Roopa Suppiah, Co-founder of Water Well-ness Project - Get free updates of new blog posts here.  Photo by Keoni Cabral, Flickr CC. When you hear that the city of Flint, Michigan in the United States has allowed its ~100,000 citizens[...]
Flint, Michigan: Water Safety Gone Horribly Wrong
Flint, Michigan: Water Safety Gone Horribly Wrong
Flint, Michigan: Water Safety Gone Horrible Wrong Blog post by Roopa Suppiah, Co-founder of Water Well-ness Project - Get free updates of new blog posts here. Photo by Senate Democrats, Flickr CC. In April 2014, in an effort to cut costs, the city of Flint stopped receiving water from the Detroit water system, which[...]
Southbrook Vineyards - Environmentally-Sustainable Wine Making!
Southbrook Vineyards - Environmentally-Sustainable Wine Making!
Southbrook Vineyards- Environmentally-Sustainable Wine Making! Blog post by Asha Suppiah, Co-founder of Water Well-ness Project - Get free updates of new blog posts here. A big shoutout to our friends Southbrook Vineyards. They are pushing the envelope here in Canada for wine made completely through environmentally-sustainable practices. We visited them last summer in Niagara-on-the-lake to see it first-hand![...]
Eating Clean and Saving the World at the same time!
Eating Clean and Saving the World at the same time!
Eating Clean and Saving the World at the same time! Blog post by Asha Suppiah, Co-founder of Water Well-ness Project - Get free updates of new blog posts here.   At Water Well-ness Project our major aim is to work towards a world where EVERY SINGLE PERSON on the planet has access to clean water. To make this[...]
Cosmetics and Water
Cosmetics and Water
Cosmetics and Water Blog post by Asha Suppiah, Co-founder of Water Well-ness Project - Get free updates of new blog posts here. Many of us ladies love to wear our make-up and other beauty products. Americans spend just shy of $100 billion per year on skin care, makeup, hair and perfume products. But although these beauty[...]
How will we turn on the tap for women and girls?
How will we turn on the tap for women and girls?
How will we turn on the tap for women and girls? Blog post by Maddison Van Balkom, WWP Ambassador - Get free updates of new blog posts here.   Women and girls have a huge role in providing water for their families. In many countries, females are the ones who bear the responsibility of collecting and[...]
Philanthropy is broken, but here’s how we fix it
Philanthropy is broken, but here’s how we fix it
Philanthropy is broken, but here's how we fix it... Blog post by Roopa and Asha Suppiah, Co-founders of Water Well-ness Project - Get free updates of new blog posts here. Photo credit: Nicolas Raymond. You are probably very familiar with the standard model of international philanthropy where organizations use money that is donated by individuals like you[...]
The new defining factor for businesses: CSR Strategy
The new defining factor for businesses: CSR Strategy
The new defining factor for businesses: CSR Strategy Blog post by Mehak Kaur, Contributor  - Get free updates of new blog posts here. You’ve probably heard the term “social responsibility” before, but what does it mean? Social responsibility is an entity that suggests an obligation to act in the benefit of society at large.[...]
Can we 'Drive' ourselves to a sustainable future?
Can we 'Drive' ourselves to a sustainable future?
Can we "Drive" ourselves to a sustainable future? Blog post by Paul Je, Contributor  - Get free updates of new blog posts here. As consumers, we hold power and responsibility. Think about it - we could drive demand away from “dirty” energy production if we really set our minds to it and we could[...]
Why we really can't “Take Long Showers and Still Save the World From Drought"
Why we really can't “Take Long Showers and Still Save the World From Drought"
Why we really can't "Take Long Showers and Still Save the World From Drought" Blog post by Roopa Suppiah, Co-founder of Water Well-ness Project - Get free updates of new blog posts here.     If you haven’t read the article “How to Take Long Showers and Still Save the World From Drought” featured in the Huffington[...]
Understanding a great tool for global development: Microfinance
Understanding a great tool for global development: Microfinance
Understanding a great tool for global development: Microfinance Blog post by Roopa Suppiah, Co-founder of Water Well-ness Project - Get free updates of new blog posts here. International development can take many forms. It might be educating farmers about the best practices for seed spacing and irrigation. It might be building schools for[...]
Alberta tar sands: Profit, but at what cost?
Alberta tar sands: Profit, but at what cost?
Alberta tar sands: Profit, but at what cost? Blog post by Sarah Jafri, Contributor - Get free updates of new blog posts here. The Alberta tar sands are quickly becoming the largest industrial project on earth, yet not all Canadians are aware of the rapid pace of growth and its impact on[...]
You NEED to care about water for these 3 reasons
You NEED to care about water for these 3 reasons
You NEED to care about water for these 3 reasons Blog post by Asha Suppiah, Co-founder of Water Well-ness Project - Get free updates of new blog posts here. There’s a lot of talk about a world water crisis. But do you know why talking about water is important? Here’s some answers[...]
6 reasons why you and I can't let 2.5 billion people down
6 reasons why you and I can't let 2.5 billion people down
6 reasons why you and I can't let 2.5 billion people down Blog post by Roopa Suppiah, Co-founder of Water Well-ness Project - Get free updates of new blog posts here.   What would it be like to wake up in the morning and have no toilet to use and no clean water to drink?[...]
Want to help take poo to the loo this holiday?
Want to help take poo to the loo this holiday?
Want to help take poo to the loo this holiday? Blog post by the Water Well-ness Project team - Get free updates of new blog posts here. You can’t deny that the holidays are a time for giving. Whether you give to your family, a local charity or an international cause, in our eyes, all[...]
Support ALS, but waste water?
Support ALS, but waste water?
Support ALS, but waste water? Blog post by Roopa Suppiah, Co-founder of Water Well-ness Project - Get free updates of new blog posts here. The ALS Ice Bucket Challenge has been capturing the world’s attention, with great reason! Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis is a debilitating neurodegenerative disease, with approximately 3,000 Canadians living with this disease. Upper[...]