UPDATE: We put up these resources early on in the school strike movement in Canada when the school strikers had almost no web presence.  Since then, things have changed dramatically.

To learn about national Canadian organizing please visit https://climatestrikecanada.org/.

To keep up to date on the Toronto School Strikes please follow the youth on twitter, facebook or instagram.


WHAT FOLLOWS ARE THE RESOURCES WE PUT TOGETHER LAST YEAR (they are still useful for planning small actions and outreach in your local area):

So you’re thinking about organizing a Fridays for Future Climate Action event in your high school?  Awesome.

Read about Greta Thunberg and the FridaysforFuture Movement.

Read about the UN IPCC Special Report 15 and learn why everyone is saying we have 12 years to “stop” climate change.

Learn about climate breakdown, its impacts and possible solutions in a handy-dandy 2-sided handout.  Print 50 and hand them out in your school or on a street corner.

Climate Charts These charts provide insight into what’s wrong and how we can fix it. Perfect for people who like to suck up a lot of information at a glance.

Climate Change Policies in Toronto, Ontario and Canada  Learn about our municipal, provincial and national climate action plans and some of their key shortcomings.

Youtube Videos about Climate Change These videos explain the history of climate science, the dangers of uncertain ecological tipping points and some key solutions to our climate crisis.

Learn about Climate Docs on Netflix.

These Climate Comics are great for posters or social media.

A Better World — Artist: Joel Pett