Importance of RESILIENCE for young generations

The homegrown outdoor exhibition held on the Toronto Islands will fill the islands’ natural spaces with thought-provoking sculpture and installations. ROGUE WAVE 2018 challenges artists to create pieces that respond to our changing relationships with water and land. Stewardship of our natural environment has become universally crucial and demands a heartfelt change of perspective to recognize and protect the natural environment we are privileged to be part of.


Especially this work, Imagine New Neighbours, by Ariel Cikvar, Catherine Moore-Broatman, Elize Moore, Ellen Allen, Ivy Mairi, Jane Davidson-Neville, Jim Maggi, Martha McDonnell and Sarah Miller is reminding us how RESILIENCE is important for young generation.

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Cheryl

And here is an article on how one elder woman is leading the way. Resilience is something women have always led on and will continue to do so.
https://www.theguardian.com/science/2018/oct/12/mary-robinson-climate-change-former-president-ireland-ipcc-report