Along with other projects, we taught ourselves to do video editing and launched a youtube channel this year. Here are our five favourite videos of 2019. KITTEN EMERGENCY: Climate Crisis explained by Cats. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=G3omzevvDkc CLIMATE PICNIC RECAP: Our first climate picnic was a lovely, musical spring afternoon and friend of the collective Yana made a … Continue reading Our Five Favourite Videos of 2019
The Toronto Atmospheric Fund’s Carbon Inventory for the GTHA (2015-2017) is devastating. While staff at the Toronto Atmospheric Fund highlight some marginal successes any sober reader can see that we are failing to reduce emissions in any meaningful way. The science tells us that we must reduce emissions by 7% a year around the world. … Continue reading The GTHA Carbon Inventory: Cars and Trucks and Things that (must) go
The letter I'm sending to MPs aims to remind them that 1) climate change is an existential threat; 2) they have the power to act while the people they are charged with representing do not and 3) Canada's current policy on this issue is an abysmal failure. Dear [MP name goes here], In the fall … Continue reading Letter to Canadian MPs
We need to talk more about climate change. I am consistently surprised by how little people know about the topic. Even people who recognize the problem are surprised to hear how dangerous our situation is. They know about sea-level rise, but not about food system collapse. Others know about the danger, but think our international … Continue reading Climate Message Challenge
There is a simmering debate in the climate community about who's to blame for climate change. Is it the people burning fossil fuels or the people pumping them out? There isn't really a good answer to this question because our individualistic concept of 'blame' can't cope with a society-wide problem like fossil fuel consumption. Luckily, … Continue reading Who’s to blame for Climate Change?