Resilience 2:1 Blog

25 Canadian Cities Chosen for Intensive Climate Action Pilot

The Global Covenant of Mayors for Climate and Energy (GCoM) in Canada, in collaboration with ICLEI and the Federation of Canadian Municipalities (FCM), launched a new pilot series to provide advanced climate action support for twenty-five Canadian municipalities.

World Scientists’ Warning of a Climate Emergency

Scientists have a moral obligation to clearly warn humanity of any catastrophic threat and to “tell it like it is.” On the basis of this obligation and the graphical indicators presented below, WE DECLARE, with more than 11,000 scientist signatories from around the world, clearly and unequivocally that planet Earth is facing a climate emergency.

The future lies in a circular cycle

… I like to spotlight brands that are changing the game with their commitment to sustainability. I don’t see these brands as competition, but rather cohorts and kindred spirits in the fight against environmental damage.

Resources: Global Problem – Local Solutions

As I promised few day ago I am including here temporary and in our resources page permanently links to the topics noted speakers talked about on the “Climate Resiliency: Global Problem – Local Solutions” symposium.

Climate Resiliency: Global Problem, Local Solutions

October 22nd to 24th, 2019 Seneca’s Green Citizen 2019 Symposium Third day was concluded with very inspirational talk by David Miller, ex mayor of largest city in Canada, Toronto, President and CEO of World Wild Life Canada and chair of the very influential C40 Cities Climate Leadership Group.

Climate Resiliency: Global Problem, Local Solutions

October 22nd to 24th, 2019 Seneca’s Green Citizen 2019 Symposium This first day noted Speakers Elizabeth Hendriks from National Freshwater Programme at WWF–Canada and Caitriona O’Sullivan and Amy Buitenhuis from the City of Toronto’s Office of Emergency Management, made very exciting and informative presentations.

New study pinpoints the places most at risk on a warming planet

Why Big Banks Are Accused Of Funding The Climate Crisis

To save the world, we must follow the money, climate campaigners say. Rachel Heaton understands better than most the power banks have to shape our world. Heaton, a member of the Muckleshoot tribe, started to make the connection between money and climate change as an activist against the oil pipeline at Standing Rock, North Dakota.