TakingITGlobal has completed the CLC Canada publication, featuring local, regional, and national initiatives engaging youth and inspirational stories of youth-led change. Celebrating the 3-year CLC Canada program, the report covers the accomplishments of the program over its three program years, and profiles the partners, coordination team, and supporters that made it possible!
Salut à tous et à toutes, Hi CLCers ! April has been a busy and exciting month here in Montreal. Justine, ilyes and I organized different activities: - An open forum where we had 8... (read more)
Hey everybody! I can’t believe this will be my last blog for CLC! April has been an exciting and busy month, trying to wrap everything up and making sure as much as possible that projects are... (read more)
Hey team! I hope everyone’s April has gone well and that for those of you in university you’ve survived exams and all that fun stuff. A lot has been going on in Ottawa, so I thought I’d drop... (read more)
Hey everyone! Whew, well I've just finished exams (yay!) and I feel like I'm returning to normal life now. I've been working on a last push to show TIG's presence here in Edmonton...lots of email... (read more)
hello everyone, hope all is well. hope exams/school/other work are going well for everyone. so yesterday I did an interview with a girl who worked for a university newspaper/journal. The... (read more)
Hello everyone! I hope you're all doing well in this busy period of the year. I just wanted to let you know about the upcoming activities the CLC Quebec team will organise/participate in. On... (read more)
Description: Grey to Green is at the cutting edge of design and policy practice, and will showcase more than 75 leading thinkers and doers across a diverse range of fields which reveal the intersection of health and living green infrastructure. The multi-disciplinary program is packed with fantastic project case studies, useful design and analytical tools, and cutting edge research. Grey to Green, located in the heart of downtown Toronto this summer, featuring fantastic tours, training courses and networking opportunities, is an event not to be missed!
Location: Eaton Chelsea Hotel, 33 Gerrard St. West
Description: Scott Sniedzins, the founder of Truly Local Farms Ltd., will be introducing current issues related to improving food systems and providing easy-access to high quality produce through the introduction of living plant systems into everyday households. He will also be discussing his design and construction of eight-frame shelving units for the establishment of live plant growing systems on condo rooftops. Furthermore, Scott will discuss waste reduction, composting practices, and the practice of aquaponics. We will take a conceptual look into the future of urban farming and how new technology and the “living fridge” can be used to evolve the kitchen and improve distribution systems.
Location: Centre for Social Innovation, 215 Spadina Avenue, Suite 120, Whole Connector 1st Floor
Time: 18:00 PM-20:00 PM
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