Webinar: Life after mining: how do we move beyond extractivism?

Please join the discussion on March 19, 3:30-5 pm EST, at the second in a series of Ecological Law & Governance webinars that E4A/L4E is co-sponsoring, along with the Ecological Law and Governance Association (ELGA) and other partners. The March 19 webinar will focus on envisioning a post-mining […]

Over 1000 Professors and Scholars from across Canada and around the world sign “Statement of Solidarity with the Wet’suwet’en people of British Columbia”

Solidarity Statement from Professors and Scholars in Support of the Wet’suwet’en people WE ARE WRITING TO EXPRESS DEEP GRATITUDE TO THE WET’SUWET’EN PEOPLE who have been acting with formidable vision and strength to defend their people and territories from pipeline development, and have been facing violent incursions from […]

Invitation to Book Launch and Discussion on Environmental Racism and Land Dispossession in Canada

Climate Justice Montreal & SistersInMotion MTL are so excited to present There’s Something in the Water: A Book Launch and Community Talk on Environmental Racism & Land Dispossession in Canada. Books will be sold on site by the wonderful Racines Bookstore and there will be a book signing with Ingrid Waldron afterwards! All […]

Is there a right age to save the world? (by Alice Damiano)

A few months ago I wondered if there is a right age to be a graduate student. However, as my fellow blogger Sophie reminds us here and here, each of us is more than a student, and there are other things in our lives beside being a student here and now: Family, friends, sports, art, […]