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350.org founder Bill McKibben says that the most important thing an individual can do about climate change is to not be an individual. You can’t solve this yourself. On November 29th, 2015, two hundred people walked from Hillcrest Park to the Paramount Theatre to raise awareness of the need for action on climate destabilization just before the Paris Climate Talks.
Canada signed the agreement and still, governments talk about building new pipelines. Will you join us?
Participating in such event showed me how many people are supporting the cause despite of who you are nor where you are from. A lot of children participated, and it is very promising that how they are learning about the environment at such early ages. They will run a great future.
Check out the MASSIVE amounts of unused space on the edge of Memorial avenue. I’m terrified to cycle on Memorial avenue, especially with my son in tow and so we avoid shopping or visiting here during the warmer months. I also see countless people cycling illegally on the sidewalks and edges of Memorial. Let’s turn this useless space into a beautiful protected cycling path to encourage the whole community to visit this area safely.
Food security is becoming increasingly important in a world with a changing climate. Although Thunder bay does not presently have a by-law that allows for backyard chicken, many residents still provide local food for their families and neighbours. Will we see a change someday soon?