Didn’t get a chance to see Naomi Klein discuss her new book, This Changes Everything: Capitalism vs. The Climate a few weeks ago? On Dec. 2nd, come out to the next best thing: a live panel discussion on the book will be hosted by SFU’s Institute for the Humanities. Details here.

Do you know a young person driving change towards a more socially, economically and environmentally just society? Celebrate their hard work by nominating them for the CCPA Power of Youth Leadership Awards. Deadline is February 28th. 2015. 

Ever wonder about social media as a tool for climate action? Come to a talk on Nov. 20th that discusses how social media can be used to inspire youth to reduce their energy consumption. Hosted by the Pacific Institute for Climate Solutions, free registration here.

It’s not too late to register for the BC Sustainable Energy Association’s evening of climate change films on Nov. 19th! Cast members from our film will be present to take questions. Register for your tickets here.

Dealing with climate change requires us to envision the future of our resources. On Nov. 25th, come to WaterCity 2040 and imagine what Vancouver’s water scenario will be. Register here for free.

On Friday Nov. 7th, participate in the workshop, Social Media for Social Change, part of Media Democracy Days and hosted by our very own Lindsey Bertrand of the CCPA. Click here for details and a schedule of events.

Got plans on Nov. 19th? The BC Sustainable Energy Association is hosting a climate change double film screening event! Get your tickets at http://ow.ly/DtxJV.

On Oct. 21st, the Tri Cities Leadnow community action team is hosting Life Beyond Fossil Fuels, a look into how we can have both a prosperous economy and care or our planet. Details here

Want to start a conversation on climate change with your family and friends? Free DVD copies of The Good Life – The Green Life are available to order. Email us to get yours!

On Oct. 26th, Naomi Klein will be delivering a talk on her new book, This Changes Everything: Capitalism Vs. The Climate, at UBC in Vancouver. Get your free ticket here before they run out!