Monthly Archives: June 2023

Conservation & Biodiversity – Ladybugs

Ladybugs serve as natural pest control agents, benefiting humans by protecting plants and crops. With their appetite for harmful insects — especially aphids, a single ladybug can consume up to 50 aphids in a day. This makes them valuable allies for farmers and gardeners, significantly reducing the need for chemical pesticides which harm the environment […]

Assembling Recipes for Sustainability

I just received package of 50 Mail-Art works of artists all over the world exchanging ideas, objects and works [recipes] envisioning solutions for environmental concerns and ecological thinking. I participated before in similar collaborative artistic projects with notion that art is eternal, without end and the beginning. nizers were inspired by Mail-art practice and distributed […]

The Monitoring and Evaluating Climate Communication and Education Project

This project is an ambitious international research partnership of over 100 leading scholars and agencies. Our goal is to advance global climate literacy and action through improving the quality and quantity of climate change education, training, and public awareness.   Spread the word

Climate change is driving up the cost of living for Canadians.

According to the Canadian Climate Institute, climate change is driving up the cost of living for Canadians. And by 2025, it could even cost Canada $25 billion annually. Watch on YouTube => Spread the word

Happy World Environment Day

On this World Environment Day, be a part of the global movement by supporting EARTHDAY‍.ORG today. Spread the word

Create, Collaborate, Connect, Cultivate

CanAdapt is a climate adaptation capacity-building hub that provides a responsive platform for training, education, communities of practice, and information resources. Spread the word