Great Lakes Guide: Connecting People with Water


Date: Wednesday, February 14, 2018
Time: 11:30-1 p.m
Location: The Faculty Club, 41 Willcocks St.
Cost: $20


Water is one of our most precious resources. As global temperatures continue to rise, there is a need for renewed talk on environmental stewardship and sustainable economic strategy more than ever before.

Join fellow alumni as Mark Mattson, president of Swim Drink Fish Canada, discusses the importance of safeguarding the Great Lakes by empowering people through a blend of science, law, education, storytelling, and partnership with First Nations and Métis communities. Don’t miss this exciting opportunity to make important connections and network with your fellow U of T alumni!

Guest Speaker

mark mattson head shotMark Mattson
President, Swim Drink Fish Canada
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As a prominent environmental lawyer and prosecutor, Mark Mattson has successfully litigated key cases against major industrial polluters. Today, he devotes much of his time to building a network of community-focused environmental organizations dedicated to protecting watersheds and promoting sustainable water usage.

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