Humans Behind AquaAction: Meet Our Summer Interns!
Who are the humans behind AquaAction? Meet Our Summer Interns! Learn more about them through these questions!
- Where are you from? Where did you grow up?
Aidan: Montreal, QC
Lea: I am Canadian-Lebanese, I moved to Montreal 3 years ago.
Syfax: Originally from North Africa, I currently live in Montreal.
- Who inspires you?
Aidan: Kelly Slater
Lea: My parents, they’ve shown me the true meaning of hard work, integrity and compassion.
Syfax: I am inspired by people acting with integrity; acting the right way, not the way they were taught to.
- Do you like traveling? What’s the best place you’ve traveled to?
Aidan: Yes, I love traveling. The best place I’ve traveled to is Bora Bora.
Lea: I love traveling, I’ve visited so many different places that left a mark on me. The best place I’ve traveled to is Spain.
Syfax: I love travelling, I have been to Europe with its impressive history.
- 3 words to describe yourself?
Aidan: Hard-working, Ambitious, Honest
Lea: Honest, Dedicated, Enthusiastic
Syfax: Curious, Open, Adventurous
- What do you think is a healthy water source?
Aidan: Tap water that passes through a filtration system.
Lea: A healthy water source is ideally an uncontaminated one.
Syfax: Water flowing from high mountains after snow melts.
- What is your favourite lake or river?
Aidan: Lake Massawippi.
Lea: Lac du Pimbina.
Syfax: Riviere Rouge.
- Do you have a tip about water? / What are your pro-environmental gestures or efforts or resolutions?
Aidan: My tip would be not to assume that water in a clean lake or coming out of your tap is actually clean and ultimately healthy for you. Make sure to search into the quality of the water that you are either drinking or exposed to.
Lea: The average Canadian consumes over 300 L of water per day. By taking small, deliberate steps to reduce your water consumption, you could significantly reduce your ecological footprint.
Syfax: Use biodegradable