Announcing the iMatterNow campaign, a network of youth activists pushing our cities to take real action to end the climate crisis. It’s our future at stake, so we are making our voices heard. Are you ready to stand up for your future? iMatterNow is a network of passionate youth leaders who share the vision of
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If students at your school are taking action to promote the pillars of sustainability (social well-being, a sound economy and a healthy environment), or if you’d like to see what other schools are doing to create their sustainable future, email Youth Encouraging Sustainability (Y.E.S.) or visit their website to find out how you can get involved and
Are you enthusiastic about watching and reporting weather? Do you want to learn more about how weather impacts our lives and the environment? Then CoCoRaHS Canada is for YOU! Community Collaborative Rain, Hail & Snow Network (CoCoRaHs) is a non-profit, community-based network of volunteers who take daily measurements of rain, hail and snow in their backyards.
Friday, April 1 marks exactly two weeks until Global Youth Service Day 2016. On April 1, 2015, YSA announced the expansion of Global Youth Service Day to Galactic Youth Service Day. We realized that we’re still leaving out some important demographics, so this year, we’re excited to announce that we’ve expanded our programs from ages five
100in1day Canada is part of a global initiative with the goal to inspire change in cities across the country by compelling residents to activate 100 innovative, thought-provoking ideas into interventions to enhance their city all on one day. 100in1day (first known as 100en1dia) was started in 2012 by a group of design students in Bogotá, Colombia
Registration for GreenSpace 2015 is now open!
Next Up youth social change leadership program is coming to Manitoba this January! Next Up trains young progressive leaders committed to social and environmental justice. Sign up to get the application package. About the program Next Up was created by a community of people who wanted to help emerging leaders (that’s you!) develop new and better