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ICLEI World Congress 2021-2022

Register today to attend the Congress! The registration for the ICLEI World Congress 2021 – 2022: The Malmö Summit is now open. Join us on 11-13 May 2022 onsite in Malmö or virtually to learn about innovative strategies and cutting edge solutions in sustainable and equitable urban development, exchange good practices, get inspired and connect […]

Plan to challenge Gravel Mining

Have you registered to join the Digital Launch Rally with the Reformed Gravel Mining Coalition? Gravel mining changes our environment forever, damages communities and accelerates the climate crisis, by feeding sprawl, highways, cement production, transportation and other massive causes of greenhouse gases.The Reform Gravel Mining Coalition has an ambitious, yet realistic plan to challenge all […]

The rare spots of good news on climate change

The deadly consequences of climate change only grew clearer this year, as record-shattering heat waves, floods, and wildfires killed thousands and strained the limits of our disaster responders. But amid these stark signs, there were also indications that momentum is beginning to build behind climate action. Indeed, there’s good reason now to believe that the […]

First net-zero carbon emissions building in the province

This ten-storey educational building is set to be the first tall-wood, mass-timber, net-zero carbon emissions institutional building in the province. Spread the word

Rangers prepare for return of wild bison to UK

“When you see them in the wild, there’s this tangible feeling of humility and respect,” says Tom Gibbs, one of the UK’s first two bison rangers. “The size of them instantly demands your respect, although they are quite docile. I wouldn’t say they are scary, but you’re aware of what they can do.” Spread the […]

How India’s air pollution is being turned into floor tiles

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World’s first sustainable floating city

As sea levels rise, the South Korean city of Busan, UN-Habitat, and tech company Oceanix agree to build the prototype for the world’s first sustainable floating city, proposed in 2019 by the Bjarke Ingels Group. Spread the word

The Climate Action Tracker – Canada

This shows the need for Canadians to step it up in the fight for 1.5 degrees. We are already very affected by climate change but our policies and money are not sufficient to get the job done. Time to do more and time to demand more of our leaders. Cheryl Spread the word