Know a Canadian person, business, project or innovation that deserves national recognition for water excellence? We want to hear about them! Only two weeks remain until nominations for Water’s Next 2012 close.

Here’s a quick review of the categories, plus links to the respective forms:

People
Change wouldn’t happen without dedicated, imaginative leaders driven to make a positive difference in the way we perceive and manage water. These individuals are making Canadians sit up and take notice, both at home and abroad. Click here to nominate a water champion.

Business
Water plays a role in any industry’s bottom line, and forward-thinking businesses can set the pace for its sustainable management. These companies are developing and incorporating trend-setting practices that frame water as a vital part of the big picture. Click here to nominate a Canadian business.

Innovation
When it comes to water, Canadians are thinking ahead. We’re introducing new legislation that encourages innovation, we’re bringing creative solutions to repair and make better our challenged municipal systems, we’re perfecting new and old ideas, and we’re introducing ways to engage the public on water issues. Click here to tell us who’s going to change the future.

Projects
Collaboration is key to success, and these projects exemplify the good results that come from teamwork. These projects feature creative communities and research teams that are sharing or collecting valuable data, building support networks, or taking a chance for a sustainable water future. Click here to tell us who’s working together well.

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