Monthly Archives: January 2005
My friend just sent me this article I wrote months ago and totally forgot about. It’s short and sweet and to the point! Youth Challenge Ministers to Act on Climate Change or Human Settlements will Perish!
If you have any ideas on how to create an anti-oppression policy for an NGO please help me out. I’m drafting one for the Canadian Youth Environmental Network.
I notice lately that all the people I admire are skilled at expressing their ideas, they don’t even have to have mind-blowing, revolutionary ideas- just that they are able to express them. I wish I was better at verbally and … Continue reading
My friend Cameron introduced me to this site today. It’s all about the idea of primitivism. One article I read really spoke to me “Five Facets of a Myth” by Kirkpatrick Sale. It does a good job at reflecting how … Continue reading
After an interview with the editor of the “Bundeskoordination Studentischer Ökologiearbeit”, a German environmental students newspaper, this article was written. It’s an oversimplification of the environmenal youth situation in “Kanada”. My favourite part is “ass-embly” www.bsoe.info/fui It’s the last issue … Continue reading
Sea to Sky’s KYOTO RAP (C, Am, F, G) Written by Tim Turner, Sea to Sky Outdoor School, Gibsons, B.C. This is the funniest rap I’ve ever heard. It’s sung around campfires. I come with a message, my name’s Homey … Continue reading
MDG Youth Report Now Available for Review: Feedback Requested! www.mdgyouthpaper.org I would like to invite you to provide feedback to the Interim Report “Youth and the Millennium Development Goals: Challenges and Opportunities for Implementation”. The final draft of the document … Continue reading
“People say they don’t care about politics; they’re not involved or don’t want to get involved, but they are. Their involvement just masquerades as indifference or inattention. It is the silent acquiescence of the millions that supports the system. When … Continue reading
When in the course of human events, a country’s energy choices compromise the health, security and prosperity of its people, and causes global climate disruption, a new path must be taken. The future generations of Canadians have the right to … Continue reading