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Animation for Global Transformation

Jan 28 2009 - 7:00pm

Animate your inner activist

Youth present animated films inspired by social justice

January 19 2009 (Calgary) ­ The Arusha Action Series and Quickdraw Animation Society's present an evening of live animation and a selection of short animated films by Calgary's Quickdraw's Youth Animation Project (YAP) and Aboriginal Youth Animation Project (AbYAP) as part of the International Festival of Animated Objects. Read more »


Plaza Theatre
1133 Kensington Road NW
Calgary, AB

Posted January 20, 2009 by Anonymous

Active Citizens Television Launch Party

Sep 12 2008 - 6:30pm - 11:00pm

Are you interested in local solutions to global environmental problems? Want to connect with other Albertans to work towards environmental sustainability? Or are you concerned about the environment but don’t know what do about it? Read more »


Latitude 53
10248 106 Street
Edmonton, AB

Posted September 2, 2008 by Anonymous

Otesha Project Bike Tour Community Performance: Choices

Aug 23 2008 - 7:30pm

Theatre troupe changing the world from the seat of their bicycles

The Otesha Project

A group of young cyclists from across Canada will ride into Calgary later this month carrying with them an inspiring message of hope and sustainability. Members of the Otesha Project will perform their award-winning play, Choices, at the Arusha Centre in the Old Y (223 12 Ave SW) on Saturday, August 23 at 7:30 p.m. Read more »


Arusha Centre, Old 'Y' Building
223 12 Avenue SW
Calgary, AB

Posted August 22, 2008 by Anonymous

Sierra Youth Coalition Bike Trip: Return to the Tar Sands

Summer 2008 - What are you doing for environmental justice?

The Sierra Youth Coalition is organizing another amazing political activism bike trip. After the Climate Change Caravan across Canada in 2001, the Deconstructing Dinner Caravan to Mexico for the WTO summit in 2003, and the To The Tar Sands caravan last year, which pedaled across Alberta to gather the stories of the communities in Alberta and to advocate for a greener economy, SYC is ready for its next trip. Read more »

Posted July 14, 2008 by Anonymous

It's Time: Phase Out Cosmetic Pesticides Concert, Films & Action Blitz

Jun 18 2008 - 6:30pm

Killing us softly

Arusha Action Film features political action blitz

Arusha Centre

Just how committed are Calgarians to dandelion-free parks? Calgary is the largest city in Canada still using cosmetic pesticides. Some of these chemicals could be killing us. Robin McLeod of the Coalition for a Healthy Calgary says The City of Calgary uses Killex 500, a cocktail of 2, 4-D, Dicamba and Mecoprop that has been “pervasively linked to cancers, neurological impairment and reproductive problems,” on public land.

Calgary City Council will be reviewing bylaws to legislate phasing out the use of cosmetic pesticides.

Arusha’s June Action Film event is an evening of short animated films, music and a political action blitz to send a message to City Councilors to pass tough bylaws against using cosmetic pesticides. Read more »


Plaza Theatre
1133 Kensington Road NW
Calgary, AB

Posted June 12, 2008 by Anonymous

Action Opportunity: To the Tar Sands Bike Trip

What are you doing for environmental justice this summer?

Sierra Youth Coalition is organizing another amazing political activism bike trip.

Fill a water bottle full of polluted water in the Athabasca River and hand-deliver it to the oil executive of your choice in Calgary.

Join us for the 2008 bike trip to raise awareness on this most pressing issue! The tar sands are Canada's fastest growing source of greenhouse gas emissions, and at the current speed of development, could quickly become Canada's greatest contributor to climate change. It is also degrading Alberta's natural heritage with toxins and clearcutting, and posing serious health threats to communities in the region. Read more »

Posted May 8, 2008 by Anonymous

2008 Toyota Earth Day Scholarship Program

Do you know an emerging environmental leader?

From St. John's to Tofino, high school students are making a difference in their local communities and impacting our country as a whole through their committed involvement in volunteer and extracurricular environmental activities. Toyota Canada Inc. and Earth Day Canada, through the Toyota Earth Day Scholarship Program, take pride in acknowledging the valuable work of these students and rewarding their efforts as they move on to post-secondary studies.

Read more »

Posted December 12, 2007 by Anonymous

Request for Proposals: Alberta Emerald Foundation Youth Project

The Alberta Emerald Foundation has issued a Request for Proposals (RfP) for the Alberta Emerald Foundation Youth Project. A description and objectives of the project are given below. To download and read the whole RfP, visit the Alberta Emerald Foundation website. Read more »

Posted October 25, 2007 by Anonymous

Youth Environmental Project Grants

Two programs supported by Alberta Environment that offer funding to young people interested in designing their own environmental sustainability projects.

The first, Mission:Sustainable, is limited to full-time post-secondary students. The second, YES Grants, are available to any youth aged 16 to 25. Read more »

Posted October 18, 2007 by Anonymous

Youth Environmental Stewardship (YES) Grant Program

Application Forms Now AvailableAlberta Ecotrust FoundationAre you or do you know an engaged youth or group of youth that are keen to turn their ideas for environmental stewarship into action? Alberta youth ages 16 - 25 can now apply to Alberta Ecotrust for up to $5,000 of support for an environmental stewardship project in their community.The application deadline is December 10, 2007. Read more »

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