CPAWS and Alberta Environmental Network have been running this movement since the government shared their plan to close 20 parks and remove 164 from the Alberta Parks system. Thousands of Albertans have shown disapproval of this decision and are displaying lawn signs to show this. See what else you can do to ensure longterm conservationContinue reading “Defend Alberta Parks”
“Since 2001, the Growing Food Security in Alberta (GFSA) network has supported many projects and initiatives across Alberta focusing on food security and food sovereignty using an asset based community development approach. Hundreds of groups and individuals are now part of the Network, all seeking to connect and work together to achieve food sovereignty and food security in Alberta and understandContinue reading “Alberta Food Matters”
“The Green Medium is an Emerald Award winning, youth-run blog that seeks to innovate how we discuss and inform ourselves on environmental concerns. We do this through our EcoHero Blog Series, Research and articles from our readers.” Go see what these young Albertans have to share about sustainability in Alberta! http://www.thegreenmedium.com/
This local environmental organization depends on volunteers, supporters, and partners to conserve land to promote healthy biodiversity. Some things they get volunteers to help with include: Woodworking Graphic design/publications Invasive plant removal Wire removal or fence repair Wild life tracking Information booths If you own land, you can also consider partnering with EALT to conserveContinue reading “Edmonton and Area Land Trust”
This documentary (currently available on Netflix) takes a look at the close relationship between environmental issues and racism, coined as “environmental racism.” Focused in Nova Scotia, Canada, director Elliot Page (formerly known as Ellen Page) meets with women leading efforts to create much-needed change in their communities. Watch the trailer below.