Hydro One has co-op, internship, apprenticeship, summer and entry-level opportunities.
Shared by TheWCNews on Mar 1, 2012 The Wilderness Committee’s Gwen Barlee is interviewed about logging that has started in a Wildlife Habitat Area located near Chilliwack Lake and that had been set aside by the BC government for the protection of Canada’s endangered spotted owl.
Shared by facultyofenvironment on Feb 10, 2012 Second year student Scott gives us his unique experiences in the Geography and Aviation program at the University of Waterloo, and why he decided Waterloo was the right fit for him.
Introducing the Alberta Land-use Knowledge Network. The Alberta Land-use Knowledge Network contributes to effective land use planning, analysis and decision making by: Providing access to high-quality, relevant, trusted and accessible information and knowledge resources Supporting the many networks, organizations and individuals involved in land use issues Providing technologies, resources and information management to land use professionals…
The following video is part of a series related to the 2011-2012 McIntyre Creek Restoration Project in Whitehorse, Yukon.
Shared by UBC on Feb 28, 2012 Webcast sponsored by the Irving K. Barber Learning Centre, hosted by Common Energy UBC, Oxfam UBC, and the UBC Commerce Undergraduate Society’s Sustainability Committee. “Chew On This,” is a week-long series of lectures, panel discussions, and workshops. A diverse group of panelists will share their research and thoughts on the topic…
This video explores how the addition of carbon dioxide to the atmosphere by human beings, has upset a natural balance between ocean, land and atmosphere that has been in place for thousands of years.
http://www.youtube-nocookie.com/embed/TVrb5UvwVnQ This video examines the “evidence” that some commentators use to make the claim that the Earth is actually cooling, not warming as the scientific community is telling us. Shared by PICSClimateInsights on Feb 13, 2012 Related articles Despite what confused climate deniers say, science shows Earth not getting cooler (straight.com) How Climate Change Realists & Climate Skeptics…
Merve and Anne Wilkinson, who spent their lives managing forested areas sustainably on Vancouver Island, have both passed away — Merve recently and Anne a few years ago.
Shared by environmentcan on Dec 7, 2011 DURBAN, South Africa — December 7, 2011 — Canada’s Environment Minister, the Honourable Peter Kent, today issued the following national statement at the COP17. Related articles COP17: Waves of despair, tides of change (rabble.ca) In A Year Of Big Environmental Stories, COP17 Rises Above Them All (treehugger.com) Environment Minister Peter Kent…
Shared by wwfcanada on Oct 13, 2011 WWF-Canada‘s species expert, Dr. Peter Ewins, went up to Tremblay Sound in Nunavut, Canada, to help researchers tag narwhal with GPS radio collars so that they can monitor their movements and analyze how climate change is affecting their behaviours. Related articles Scientists launch arctic search to find narwhals (cbsnews.com) Tracking of […]
RCEN Living History Series: David (Lobie) Daughton, from PEI’s Eastern Co-operative Health Organization, talks about how he first got involved in the Network, and what its priorities should be moving forward.
Activists interrupt UK-Canada talks aimed at promoting the future of tar sands oil
On July 21, Santropol Roulant, a longtime Foundation grantee, unveiled their new rooftop garden and urban agriculture demonstration site to the public and media.
Fourth year co-op student Eric talks about his position as a Student Transportation Planning Technician for the Toronto Transit Commission (TTC).
An engaging webcast entitled “Drivers of environmental change: focus on energy transitions” sponsored by the Irving K. Barber Learning Centre and hosted by St. John’s College.
Video clips of Bonnie Dawson, the Animal Alliance Environment Voters candidate in the N.W.T.’s Western Arctic riding discusses animal and environmental issues she feels are important in both the north and across Canada and a conversation with Eli Purchase: N.W.T. Green candidate
Surrey’s Chimney Hill Elementary is hoping to spread a positive message about preserving our planet, the fragility of our planet and our personal responsibility in conserving her precious resources. Having 580 students work together for one common cause, and demonstrate an incredible amount of enthusiasm and teamwork was a testament to our society’s future. This event showed that many different components of a society can work together to send a message in a creative, well-organized and child-centred manner. Way to light up the fireworks!