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...
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...
They Say

They Say

When Katarina Kunert traveled with us to the Arctic in 2018, she was inspired by the people, lands and water to write this beautiful poem. Anyone who has travelled to or lived in the Arctic, knows that its beauty is difficult to capture in words, but Katarina does a...
7 Climate Podcasts You Should be Listening to Now

7 Climate Podcasts You Should be Listening to Now

Here are 7 climate podcasts you should be listening to now! Whether you have 10, 20 or 60 minutes you can listen to stories from people experiencing climate firsthand and how they are advocating for change. Have you given podcasts a try? 82% of our Instagram audience...
An Apology, 70 Years Later

An Apology, 70 Years Later

Join Inuit Elder and drum dancer, David Serkoak, a founding president of the Ahiarmiut Relocation Society, as he speaks about preserving the story of the Ahiarmiut and securing the 2019 government apology and compensation for relocatees. David was the founder and...
Women in STEM panel

Women in STEM panel

Roslyn Bern, President of the Leacross Foundation, sat down with three young women who are studying and working in STEM fields. They discuss their secrets to success, where they hope to go and barriers to women succeeding in their fields. Watch now to hear more from...