The blue dot I’m referring to is our planet. Compared to the rest of the universe, that’s really all we are: a small, insignificant blip in the cosmos.
Blue Dot is a movement started by the David Suzuki Foundation that aims to protect this blip of ours. Their goal is to get an environmental bill of rights added to our Charter of Rights and Freedoms. The movement believes that all people have the right to a clean environment, safe water and food, and a stable climate. Not an unreasonable request, right?
Cities across the country are voting in support of Blue Dot, putting pressure on the federal government to take action, and provincial governments are beginning to get involved.
Add your voice to over 91,000 Canadians who have recognized our right to a sustainable and clean future by signing the Blue Dot declaration.