Posts tagged Climate
Top 25 alumni Kale Black talks COP21 and youth environmentalism.

We had the chance to catch up with one of our Top 25 Environmentalists Under 25 alumni, Kale Black, at the Hamilton2Paris rally that took place in Hamilton, Ontario on November 29th, alongside millions of others participating in the Global Climate March prior to the COP21 climate negotiations in Paris.  Here's what he had to say about the role of Canadian youth in climate change conversations.

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Carbon engineering: A possible climate solution?

What if I told you that it was possible to turn air into fuel? Though it seem like a pipe dream, Carbon Engineering (CE) conducts a technological strategy that allows for the capture of carbon dioxide from the atmosphere to be turned into ultra-low carbon fuels.  This technology would be revolutionary, as it would sustain industrial production while the world begins to phase out fossil fuels.

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How to stay positive in the face of climate change.

They say ignorance is bliss. When it comes to climate change, I couldn't agree more. Some days I wish I didn't know what was happening with our climate. A few articles and papers on climate change is all it takes to make even the most optimistic person depressed. For those that are aware of climate change, how it will impact the world, and the lack of political leadership on the issue, it's difficult to stay positive and be excited for the future. After all, climate change is arguably the biggest challenge humanity has ever faced. Despite the direction we are headed, it's now more important than ever to stay positive but how?

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