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...
Your LGBTQ+ summer reading list

Your LGBTQ+ summer reading list

With summer around the corner, this is a perfect time for many of you to catch up on your reading. The recommendations are across several genres, but all are written by LGBTQ+ authors and/or feature queer characters! We asked our Instagram audience for their favourite...
iNaturalist and Seek

iNaturalist and Seek

iNaturalist Have you ever wondered how you can contribute to science without being a scientist? With iNaturalist, every observation can contribute to biodiversity science. Findings are shared with scientific data repositories to help scientists find and use your data....
Infiltration Manual

Infiltration Manual

If you’re looking to make change in your community, but have no idea where to start, this is for you! We’re excited to share the #InfiltrationManual, a guide developed by @youthclimatelab & @ClimateLC to help youth take climate action at the local level. The...
Painting Rivers Inlet

Painting Rivers Inlet

Join artist Geoff Phillips (Canada C3 Leg 14) live as he paints the West Coast and shares his experiences on Leg 14, specifically the stopover in Rivers Inlet where they were treated to a feast of the oceans bounty in the community’s Big House.   The started in this...
Who’s the Contamination Culprit?

Who’s the Contamination Culprit?

You live in a small town where the drinking water has become contaminated! In your  town, most homes and businesses have their own private wells. By performing lab  tests on the groundwater, it is discovered that it is contaminated with a fuel that is  stored by three...