Tag: climate change

Mississauga asks students for feedback on living green

The city asked the public for feedback last week on Mississauga’s ambitious Climate Change Action Plan.Spanning 10 years, the $450...

Mass Climate teach-ins for Global Climate Strike

The Global Climate Strike rally and teach-in at the St. George campus on Friday 20 kicked-off the Global Climate Strike Week.

Global Climate Strike Toronto: Hope for a better future

In the August of last year, a 15-year-old Greta Thunberg skipped school and decided to protest in front of the Swedish Parliament with her...

Climate crisis moves students to strike for change

Thousands of people took over the area in and around Queen’s Park, U of T’s downtown core, last Friday to take part in the...

UTM students participate in banner workshop

The Blackwood Gallery in conjunction with Justseeds Artists’ Cooperative held a banner-making workshop outside the CCT building in preparation for the upcoming global climate...

Volcanic rock to replenish marine life?

On August 15, 2019, Michael and Larissa Hoult, an Australian couple, were sailing to Fiji. As they sailed near Tonga, they encountered a...

Outrage and the climate crisis

Measured and articulate speech—that is the benchmark of a reasoned and well-intentioned speaker, or at least it should be. For some people, when it...

Brazil’s Amazon rainforest is on fire

This year, there were approximately 40,000 fires burning in the Amazon—the world’s largest tropical rainforest. To discuss the causes, predicted effects, and potential solutions...

What is going on with the weather lately?

In the past two weeks, the GTA has witnessed seemingly unstable weather conditions.  Due to these extreme weather conditions, University of Toronto Mississauga closed...

Cities of Salt (Abdelrahman Munif)

It’s hard to imagine how professors who teach and conduct research, also have the time to pick up a good book to read in...

Are we too late to protect our wildlife?

Living in Canada, we take pride in our wildlife and nature. Home to over 7,000 native species, and a hotspot for a quarter of...

A changing climate and a stormy future

The onset of September brought a cascade of storm activity as Hurricane Harvey, a category five hurricane, flooded Houston, while Irma tore through the...
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