Passion Sea Canada, whose patron is Prince Albert, has announced a first ever international educational programme for children that will focus on protecting and preserving local, regional and global water sources.
To kick-off the international awareness and educational initiative, Passion Sea Canada will host an 18-hole golf tournament at Eagle’s Nest Golf Club and a gala event at Ripley’s Aquarium of Canada on September 10 in Toronto.
Every day two million tons of agricultural, industrial, and human waste is discharged into the world’s water (UNWWAP 2003), equivalent to the weight of the entire human population. The UN estimates that the amount of wastewater produced is six times more water than exists in all the rivers of the world.
Passion Sea is a non-profit international association, powered by Helga Piaget of Monaco, the association’s CEO, and patronised by the Prince Albert II of Monaco Foundation (FPA2), to promote sustainability and the preservation of natural water sources through education and creativity aimed at children; helping them to understand, appreciate and love the value of water.
Further information concerning Eagle’s Nest Golf Club tournament and Gala at passionseacanada.com