“From this moment despair ends and tactics begin.” These are the words brandished across a new mural that suddenly appeared near London’s Hyde Park. Located at Extinction Rebellion’s Marble Arch
A topic that was discussed at length during our Biodiversity Conversations, was the idea that if love and respect for nature is instilled in children, these values will likely stay with them into
The school climate strike from March 15th saw 1.4 million protestors take to the streets across the globe. Led by teen climate activist, Greta Thunberg, this movement has inspired and fueled many
Hundreds of thousands of young people are marching today to fight for their future. The global climate strike is one of the biggest environmental protests the world has ever seen—more than 71
The CBC just released this interactive news story about snow fall. Besides being visually attractive, it brilliantly communicates the facts about how snow fall is changing in Canadian cities due to
This Guardian article, "What is the polar vortex—and how is it linked to climate change?", explains how this band of strong winds high up in the atmosphere are changing due to recent evidence.
In 60 years, our home city of Victoria, British Columbia will likely feel more like Seattle, Washington. And while that doesn’t sound drastically different, a typical summer in Seattle is 3.3°C warmer
Last week, the U.S. unveiled a Green New Deal resolution, which outlines plans to become carbon neutral in the next 10 years. With a WWII-level of economic transformation, it calls for national