Project Neutral – Get Started

Project Neutral helps you understand how your daily choices impact climate change. Take five minutes to discover your household carbon ‘footprint’ now! Source: Project Neutral – Get Started  

‎BC iSpecies Goshawk on the App Store

‎This is an informational tool was created by the Province of British Columbia to aid in the identification of Coastal Northern Goshawk. This application contains photos and descriptions of this species at risk, its habitat as well as similar species that may be encountered in coastal forests. It i… Source: ‎BC iSpecies Goshawk on the…

From UW: How will we face the next great disruption? | Impact Stories

As more of the world’s population migrates to cities, our global community is faced with complex questions: How can we make our streets smarter, and safer? How do we feed our growing urban centres? Source: How will we face the next great disruption? | Impact Stories Full video here:

Dr. Lori Marino on Blackfish in Captivity

Dr. Lori Marino (Blackfish; The Sanctuary Project; The Kimmela Centre for Animal Advocacy) on seeking sanctuary, captive orcas (Corky, Lolita & Kiska), animal rights and wrongs & more on the latest episode of the Skaana podcast. “Being a dolphin in a captive environment, in a concrete tank, doing tricks, is not being a dolphin… A…

Nice set up

Go Sustainable Saanich! Probably the best informative and extensive recycling station setup I have ever seen.

BC fish farms and Frankenfish?

BC’s farmed salmon are the only genetically modified animals for sale in Canada according to guest, Aube Giroux. Mark Leiren-Young talks to the filmmaker behind Modified about genetically modified fruits, vegetables and fish or, as our government prefers to call them, “plants with novel traits.” Meet Aube Giroux on the latest episode of Skaana. Giroux…

Talking About Not Talking to BC’s Environment Minister

  Our latest episode of Skaana was supposed to be an interview with BC Environment Minister, George Heyman. So was last month’s episode. So was our year-end episode. For that matter, we were also trying to interview the Environment Minister during the last election campaign when he was the environment critic. George Heyman is Skaana’s…

Supercharge Your Purpose: Communications Training Webinars

Second Revolution Communications, along with the Sustainability Network, is pleased to host two upcoming webinars, for those with beginner to intermediate knowledge, that will build your organization’s marketing and communication capacity to maximize your public engagement and fundraising activities. Engineering Effective Events | Tues Feb 27 – 1-2:30pm ET In this webinar, you’ll learn how to turn…

Climate Change and Canadians: New Public Opinion Research by EcoAnalytics

On February 14, 2018 (1-2 pm ET), Sustainability Network & EcoAnalytics will host a webinar about new climate action policies and how Canadians’ attitudes and beliefs change about climate. The webinar, presented by the Université de Montréal’s Dr. Erick Lachapelle and James Boothroyd of EcoAnalytics, evaluates these federal policies and the most powerful narrative frames to…

The Story of Building Ontario’s Bruce Trail

Toronto – The famous Bruce Trail, Canada’s oldest and longest marked footpath, snakes its way all the way from Niagara’s wine country to the tip of the Bruce Peninsula,  at Tobermory. Stretching almost 900 kilometres, with roughly 400 kilometres of side trails, the trail offers magnificent hikes along forested cliffs and valleys of the Niagara Escarpment, a…

Green Party Leader Elizabeth May talks Orcas, Right Whales & #Stopkm on Skaana Podcast

Canadian federal Green Party leader, Elizabeth May (@ElizabethMay), talks to Mark Leiren-Young about saving orcas and right whales; stopping Kinder Morgan and Bilcon and Canada’s toothless endangered species laws on the latest episode of the Skaana podcast. “All whales matter. All cetaceans matter. All life matters.” “The most endangered whale species in Canada is the…

Podcast: Alexandra Morton on wild salmon, sick salmon & the Sea Shepherd

Alexandra Morton (@alex4salmon) is one of Canada’s most famous eco-activists. The best-selling author’s fight to save the west coast’s wild salmon attracted the attention of the Sea Shepherd Society and  launched Operation Virus Hunter – a mission to publicize Morton’s research into open sea salmon farms. Tune in if you care about oceans, orcas, salmon…