Here are some interesting articles on the agreement reached by the 195 countries at COP21:
A few suggestions:
The Canadian tar sand industry is depleting your country’s resources, destroying Alberta’s nature, and with it, a precious habitat for wildlife and First Nations! Help freeze the tar sands by signing this petition.
Have you been thinking of changing your phone? Don’t throw the old one away, you can sell it second hand or to a company who specializes in fixing and selling old phones. As for buying a new one, I suggest you check out Fairphone. And if you’re not in a hurry, you could also be interested in http://phoneblocks.com/.
Next time you invite people over for a picnic, watch this Greenpeace video before going grocery shopping 😉
Climate change shouldn’t be seen as a crisis but an opportunity to change the world in which we live in! A society in which solidarity replaces this insatiable thirst for profit that encourages endless consumption, increases inequalities, and destroys our natural life support system!
But in order to make this change, taking shorter showers is useless. Don’t get me wrong, personal change is essential, but it’s not nearly enough… Joining organizations like QBACC (Queen’s Backing Action On Climate Change), is a very good way to get involved and help make this transition!
“Montrer l’exemple n’est pas la meilleure façon de convaincre, c’est la seule” – Gandhi