SCIC - 2015 youth leaders

December 1, 2015
http://earthbeat.sk.ca/2015/06/15/announcing-the-2015-global-citizen-youth-leaders/

These eight amazing Saskatchewan youth leaders travelled to El Salvador last summer with SCIC’s Global Citizen Youth Leadership (GCYL) Program. The GCYL program is an opportunity for Saskatchewan youth to connect with the work of our members in El Salvador, to expand their knowledge about global issues, and to inspire their peers in Saskatchewan to see themselves as responsible global citizens. Read their bios below, and learn more about the 2015 program here, including our member partner organization Primate’s World Relief and Development Fund (PWRDF).

 

Climate March 2015!

November 30, 2015
https://avaaz.org/en/climate_march_report_back_loc/

Largest Climate Mobilisation in History


We did it! This weekend’s Global Climate March broke records as the largest climate mobilisation in history! This is the movement our world has been waiting for. 

From São Paulo, to Sana’a, to Sydney, over 785,000 of us marched at 2,300 events in 175 countries united in one voice calling for a 100% clean energy future to save everything we love. 

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Migrants Crisis

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Climate Walk November 29th 2015

October 27, 2015
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we have the best moment of the decade to pressure our leaders to avoid catastrophic climate change. Together we can rise to the challenge and make this the biggest climate mobilisation ever. 



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Bad water: 'Third World' conditions on First Nations in Canada

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Two-thirds of all First Nation communities in Canada have been under at least one drinking water advisory at some time in the last decade, a CBC News investigation has revealed. The numbers show that 400 out of 618 First Nations in the country had some kind of water problem between 2004 and 2014. 

The longest running water advisory is in the Neskantaga First Nation in Ontario, where residents have been boiling their water for 20 years. 

Between 2004 and 2014, 93 per cent of all First Nations in...


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