Since 1996, WildBC and the Habitat Conservation Trust Foundation (HCTF) have delivered Project WET workshops throughout the Canadian province of British Columbia. In that time, their 50 facilitators have hosted 192 workshops and trained some 3,000 educators to teach people about water. Project WET’s mission is to reach children, parents, teachers and community members of the world with water…
The Arctic Youth Network (AYN) is a global network of youth making change in the Arctic, focused on international cooperation and capacity-building.
What a great idea, especially if you bring your bike off the airplane. That area is a great place to ride. Read more about it.
The Symonds Passive House is 90% more energy efficient, solar powered and built out of solid wood (cross-laminated timber) and one of the most beautiful super energy efficient homes we’ve seen at Green Energy Futures.
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
A collection of stories that offers a comprehensive look at where Canada currently stands, what could be done to address the issue and what the consequences might be if this country continues with half measures. Source: The climate crisis: These are Canada’s worst-case scenarios – Macleans.ca
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…
A new documentary takes an anti-colonial, feminist view on pollution Source: A New Look at the “Guts” of the Plastic Pollution Problem | Sierra Club
The strategy calls for a coordinated climate policy in Inuit Nunangat and will receive $1-million from the federal government Source: Inuit Tapiriit Kanatami announce first ever Inuit-led climate strategy | Canadian Geographic
The ban is one of several significant and long-awaited changes to the federal Fisheries Act that passed Tuesday, including new provisions to rebuild depleted fish stocks Source: Canada bans import and export of shark fins | Canadian Geographic
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:
Go Sustainable Saanich! Probably the best informative and extensive recycling station setup I have ever seen.
Shared by Nature Conservancy of Canada.
Shared by: Earth Rangers on Nov 3, 2017 This has got to be our most relaxing video of all time: These peacefully sleeping animals don’t seem to have a care in the world. Lions and Sheep, Wolfs and Lambs – everyone needs their sleep! Are you having a stressful day? Trouble falling asleep? We guarantee that after…
From our old stomping grounds…. Each year, Waterloo publishes a summary of the actions that students, staff and faculty have taken across campus to reduce our environmental impact. From new research projects to student events to ongoing changes to policy and practice, it is inspiring to see the dedication and involvement of so many…
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From September to November, grizzly bears gather in the mountainous Vuntut Gwitchin First Nation Traditional Territory to feast on salmon. As the temperature dips, their fur becomes coated in ice, creating an otherworldly look and spectacular photos. Source: Photos: The ice grizzlies of northern Yukon | Canadian Geographic