• Quartz

Water: going, going, gone

There are 700 million people on this planet without access to clean drinking water and if we don't start making big changes, that number is only going to increase. Water is increasingly becoming a precious resource, and population growth and climate change are working together to make it even more difficult to retrieve and distribute. This is not a problem for some other part of the world—the water crisis is global and it's moving fast, and it's going to take a combination of efforts and innovations to reverse a worrisome trend. Read More...

Recent Posts

See All

The Doughnut Economy

Meeting the needs of all within the means of the planet, the Doughnut of social and planetary boundaries is a playfully serious approach to framing that challenge, and it acts as a compass for human p

Planning a green recovery

City councils are on the frontline of both the COVID-19 pandemic and the climate crisis. 33% of the West Midlands residents said that "active" travel was their preferred choice for taking action on cl

RCS Ottawa

Basil Crozier - Chair


© 2020 By Royal Commonwealth Society Ottawa  Charity# 119128916RR0001

established 1968