I joined the Blue Dot Movement for a healthy environment! I wrote in a previous blog that I was still not sure that launching a legal battle was the direction to move with the water fluoridation issue. I have learned that patience is paramount when waiting for direction on key issues and this one is no exception. Thankfully, there is a solution that I have found, that addresses my personal, professional and planetary concerns about water fluoridation and the health of our environment that I feel I can support.
I have joined thousands of Canadians in a grassroots movement for change! I am beginning in my own community to ask for the right to breathe fresh air, drink clean water and eat healthy food. I am helping to grow a national movement aimed at having every Canadian’s right to a healthy environment recognized at all levels of government.
What is this movement?
I believe every Canadian deserves the right to a healthy environment.
I am standing with Canadians across our country, who are asking all levels of government to recognize our right to breathe fresh air, drink clean water and eat healthy food.
History shows that the greatest changes start with simple acts of local leadership.
That is why I am calling upon my community to recognize its citizens’ right to a healthy environment. This right includes:
- Breathing clean air, drinking clean water, consuming safe food
- Accessing nature
- Knowing about pollutants released into the local environment
- And participating in government decisions that will affect the environment
Who started this movement?
There is no one, and I mean NO ONE, that I trust more, to bring my concerns about water fluoridation to the forefront, under the umbrella of our Charter of Rights and Freedoms. Yes, this too is legal action, but so much more!
“You and I need to reach out to others and act on our shared belief that we have to sustain the Earth that sustains us. Then PEOPLE POWER will change our Charter of Rights and Freedoms to reflect our values. Our first step is to work toward a Municipal Declaration of Environment Right in your community”.
So, who’s in? Click here to get started.
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Until next time,