Global Day of Climate Action
Fridays for Future Toronto is back for the Global Day of Climate Action with a socially-distanced sit in, joining youth around the globe to fight for a green and just recovery. Sep 25 from noon-3 pm. Free. Bring a friend, a mask and a noisemaker!
While we are still working on the logistics, safety is our priority. Masks are mandatory, and our action will enable everyone attending to stay 6 feet apart. More details coming soon at @fridaysforfutureto on Instagram and Facebook and the fridaysforfutureto.org website.
Climate Simulation Workshop
Join us for an interactive workshop where we will explore solutions to the climate emergency together! August 20 at 7 pm ET. Free.
Using an action-oriented tool called the En-ROADs climate simulation model, we will explore the impact of solutions like energy efficiency, fossil fuel taxes and reducing deforestation. We’ll discover both the challenges involved in tackling the climate emergency and the potential of existing solutions to create the change we need. Create your own climate future with us!
Register at: https://www.eventbrite.ca/e/climate-simulation-workshop-tickets-114766738404
#WatchingTogether in Spite of a Dying Planet
Presented in collaboration with Sky Fine Foods and Interaccess TO Vector Festival 2020, an online screening program featuring work from: Annette Mangaard, Amanda Amour-Lynx, Brianna Lowe, Patricia Dominguez, and Tru.E
#WatchingTogether in Spite of a Dying Planet presents an introspective journey through the melancholy of our damaged environment. Through diverse forms of performance, video, film and 3D animation, we are transported into new ecologies, provoking reconnection with nature and land-based knowledge. Situated in our device-mediated context the “natural physical” becomes yet another reality amongst the many we are shifting between. We invite participants to meet in digital presence, traversing the interconnections of online gatherings.