September 12, 2018September 12, 2018Read more
CCLer Judy O’Leary reflects about her lost summers in BC with a changing climate. Instead of sinking deeper into despair, she has found how this can be the catalyst for some great conversations and engaging climate action.
March 7, 2017March 7, 2017Read more
March 8 is International Women’s Day. With the election of Donald Trump and all the unraveling of climate action in the USA, as a mother of three girls, protecting my daughters and all women from the ravages of climate chIMG_2007ange is what I am thinking about.
January 16, 2017January 16, 2017Read more
There are many who express concern that my generation (the so-called Millennials) and the yet-to-be-nicknamed generation to which my students belong are apathetic. My experience with this CEL project gave quite the opposite reading. I had the pleasure of working with five third-year university students who are concerned about…
March 7, 2016March 7, 2016Read more
The leader of the Ontario Progressive Party, Patrick Brown, by his declaration of the urgency of the climate crisis and a need for carbon pricing, has effectively brought the conservative voice to Canada’s carbon pricing table, and that is a very good thing.