5 Steps to Launch a Successful Community Action Project

5 Steps to Launch a Successful Community Action Project

Here’s a simple how-to on creating your own climate projects at home to address climate-related issues in your community. Written by Elise Pullar, SOI’s very own Alumni Program Coordinator, who has been working with youth on their own projects for the last year. Our...
The Founding of Indigenous Climate Action

The Founding of Indigenous Climate Action

Got 24 minutes? In this episode of the Indigenous Climate Action podcast, the founders discuss the need for, and their creation of, a space for Indigenous peoples in Canada to discuss strategies for their communities away from white-dominated spaces. Listen Here...
Climate Atlas

Climate Atlas

Explore this interactive tool for Canadians that combines climate science, mapping and storytelling to bring the global issue of climate change closer to home. This map is designed to inspire local, regional, and national action and solutions. Explore the map here and...
5 SOI Alumni on Being LGBTQ+ in their Field

5 SOI Alumni on Being LGBTQ+ in their Field

Listen to this live discussion with folks within the SOI community from a variety of industries and backgrounds. They shared their experiences navigating these spaces as members of the LGBTQ+ community and the importance of inclusivity. This interview is made possible...
Toilets, bowties, gender and me – TEDxAdelaide

Toilets, bowties, gender and me – TEDxAdelaide

“Why is it so important for us to know someone else’s gender? We live in a gendered world, but for Audrey, gender is fluid at best and an uncomfortable construct. Is there a way to be less reliant on gender in our interactions with people? And what does this...