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Toxic Tour and Environmental Racism (E4A students)

Last month (June), graduate students participated in E4A’s Climate Justice Field Course (click here for syllabus). Topics were many, discussions were rich, engagement was high!  Some students led the discussion during The Green Majority show at University of Toronto’s community radio station (CIUT89.5 FM).     Click here to listen […]

Green jobs in sustainable agriculture vs the pressure to produce (by Rachel Mason)

It seems like everyone’s talking about how the robots are coming to take our jobs. First it was manufacturing, now it’s retail, and if I worked in transportation then I probably wouldn’t feel too good about self-driving vehicles. At the same time, I can think of at least […]

The blue, the green and the grey (by Alice Damiano)

I breathe blue and green and feel the air on my face while the wind pushes the clouds in their playful race   the ponds are a sheer shelter for fishes and frogs while the crickets accompany the birds in their songs   the river flows calmly in […]

National Energy Board: Consider ALL GHG Emissions! (by Daniel Horen Greenford)

The National Energy Board asked for comments on possible changes to environmental assessment for Energy East. I wrote this letter to urge them to widen their scope of climate impact assessment of the Energy East pipeline. They are considering including the changes in emissions in Canada, upstream from increase […]