Rosemary Ganley The Peterborough Examiner March 20, 2019
Wind turbines generate power at the Sumac Ridge Wind Project east of Highway 35 southwest of Peterborough. JASON BAIN/EXAMINER
What are these SDGs and why do they matter?
Peterborough is chock-full of globally minded citizens. Just this week, for example, I ran into Sharon Lajoie, who works for the Catholic school board in Indigenous education. She and her spouse, Ollie Flyng, have a daughter in Ghana and a son who works for the UN in Turkey.
So it seems completely apt that our federal MP, Maryam Monsef, has a new appointment as minister for international co-operation. We in Peterborough can be her best advisers on this file.
Being global also means being entirely local, and believing that to be true, the visionary Julie Cosgrove of the Kawartha World Issues Centre, which is a bustling office located at Trent's Otonabee College, designed a two-day meeting to unpack the United Nations goals for 2030: The Sustainable Development Goals. Continue Reading >Here<
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