A couple of weeks ago, we launched sister campaigns aimed at urging local businesses to support youth activists in the lead-up to the Global Climate Strikes. If you’re interested in participating, the campaign is on until the end of the day tomorrow.
One campaign is aimed at patrons and asks that they e-mail their neighbourhood businesses to put up Climate Strike posters. It provides an e-mail template to copy, paste and send. Businesses are then directed to the campaign below.
This one is aimed at business owners directly. Whether they sign up because someone has e-mailed them or of their own accord, they can download image resources for posting.
Thank you to all who participated, turning public focus toward the future of our youth.
Here are the businesses who signed up so far to bring attention to the Climate Strikes.
- The Carrot Common*
- Hercinia Arts Collective*
- Old’s Cool General Store*
- Myrtle’s Music Room*
- Musica Music School
- Little Robot Friends
Mountain Equipment Co-op, Patagonia, and Lush have also made public their support for this Friday’s Toronto Climate Strike. If you wrote to them, thank you! Consumers have the power to push businesses toward social responsibility and/or validate these initiatives.
*This business has sent a photo or link showing their display of Climate Strike information.