Share your worry and wisdom on this map to mark and make a new story for the Great Lakes.
Water is not a product or playground, but a commons. Its value is based on how well we share it as a source of life, not as a resource. The Great Lakes are not an inheritance to gamble with, but a gift we are borrowing from future generations.
Each dot on this map tells a story. Add yours to multiply the bonds and power between all those who are committed to revitalizing these amazing waters. Explore the rest of this site to learn more about a Great Lakes Commons and then please share your own story when ready.
Use the + and – buttons on the top left side of the map to zoom in and out. Use your cursor to drag the map in any direction. Click on a coloured circle to read, watch, or comment on a Report (or story). Use the ‘Filter Reports By’ menu at the top left corner of the map to only show Reports in a chosen Category. Use the ‘Layers’ menu to learn more about the Great Lakes.
|Turning Water Into a Product in Wakefield||Wakefield, QC J0X, Canada||Feb 26 2014|
|Humber River Needs Environmental Protection.||Humber River, Ontario, Canada||Feb 9 2014|
|Making Noise on Lake Ontario's Shore||Port Bay, New York||Jan 6 2014|
|Nuclear Plant Spills Radiation into Lake...||Palisades Nuclear Power Plant, Michigan||Nov 27 2013|
|Heart Trouble||St. Clair Channel||Nov 21 2013|
|A Toxic Tour: Reflections on a Visit to...||Sarnia, ON, Canada||Nov 13 2013|
|Families Fighting Cancer on the St. Clair...||Marine City, MI, USA||Nov 6 2013|
|Aamjiwnaang Cemetery||Aamjiwnaang Cemetery, ON, Canada||Nov 1 2013|
|Talfourd Creek: Keep Out||Talfourd Street, Sarnia, ON, Canada||Oct 30 2013|
|Southwest Detroit: Michigan's Most Polluted...||Detroit, MI 48217, USA||Oct 30 2013|