A book club designed to evoke community activism and discussion surrounding ideas around environmental justice. Books from environmental non-fiction literature will be read and analyzed to understand how the knowledge we are learning can be used to implement change in our community through our democratic tools.
We are a collective of students, artists, and activists, organizing to build grassroots power and push city hall to develop and resource a long-term environmental justice agenda in Toronto. Our work focuses on marginalized communities, and we prioritize the leadership of people of colour. We are currently working on a campaign focused on TransformTO.
Come one, come all to the first in a series of art builds hosted by Toronto350 with wonderful permission from our friends at Greenpeace!
Everyone is invited to bring their materials and join us as we create signs, banners, t-shirts, buttons - and possibly reactivate our giant dinosaur in preparation for the People's Climate March (PCM) that will be taking place on April 29.
One of Canada's longest running environment radio shows, the Green Majority has been run as volunteers out of CIUT 89.5FM since 2006 and syndicated to more than 20 stations and 50,000 listeners nationwide. Join the hosts Daryn Caister, Stefan Hostetter and Kevin Farmer each week on Friday mornings from 11am-Noon on 89.5FM or subscribe to the podcast/stream the show from the website:
We have planning meetings every Tuesday night, 7-9pm and generally meet at Steelworker's Hall, 25 Cecil St (near between College and Dundas, near Spadina).
At those meetings we decide on the campaigns we wish to pursue, as well as the activities we will run. If you are also concerned about the climate, you're welcome to join us. Email email@example.com for info.