On the weekend of October 26-29th over 1,500 youth from all walks of life, coming from communities all across Canada will come together in Ottawa for a historic gathering to build the movement for a just and sustainable future. Including leading voices from the global movement to stop climate change, this gathering will empower our generation to chart a new pathway forward towards the world that we want.
The Water Research Group was created through the School of Resource and Environmental Management at Simon Fraser University for the purpose of promoting water related research and professional activities of faculty and students. The main activities of this group include interdisciplinary research about freshwater resources, extension of research to academic, professional and public audiences, and academic and professional development of group members.
Developed by students of the Masters in Environment and Management program at Royal Roads University, the Sustainable Food Whiteboard serves as a virtual hub for projects and ideas on re-localizing food. This initiative is designed to build interest around and mobilize knowledge on food re-localization through spreading information and news on issues and strategies regarding sustainable food practices and creating connections between groups and people involved / interested in food re-localization efforts.
We have just released Intertia, an experimental, non-narrative animation produced as the first video in the series on climate change created for the Meeting the Climate Change Challenge (MC3) research project. The video portrays the political gridlock resulting from the debate on climate change, and shows what the challenges and potential consequences are of not being able to move past this gridlock.
The second video of the Meeting the Climate Change Challenge (MC3) Video Series has been released.
The Meeting the Climate Change Challenge (MC3) Project has begun releasing synopses for its case studies, and will continue to do so on a weekly basis. The first of these case synopses focuses on the northeast Vancouver Island municipality of Campbell River.