Posts tagged Toronto
Adjacent Possibilities in art+energy: Creative solutions for energy systems.

August 26, 2014, marked the launch of Adjacent Possibilities in art+energy, a 2 week, one-of-a-kind exhibit, housed within the MaRS Discovery District Heritage Atrium, Downtown Toronto. This engagement was the result of teamwork between artists with innovators to convey inspiration, determination, and human innovation to address climate change. This exhibit not only showcased the possibilities being developed to address climate disruption, but boldly addressed what can emerge from collaborative thinking.

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What you can do to help Canada's sharks.

Sharks are some of the most diverse and enigmatic creatures that occupy the vast sea. Often we hear about shark spotting around the globe, but sharks are also in Canadian waters. Twenty-eight species of shark have been reported in Canadian waters; fourteen of which can be found in the Pacific and twenty in the Atlantic and Arctic. Although they pose very little threat to humans, many people still fear sharks and are causing their rapid decline.

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This Toronto teacher makes the world a wilder place.

Some of the earliest submissions for CoalitionWILD's "Make A Wilder World" challenge came from one school in Toronto, Canada. Some that stand our are Will Gill's video on Canada and the Kyoto Protocol and Nathan Li's video on the Hydrogen Fuel Car. When I realized that not only were they coming from one school, but one classroom, I had to follow up with the culprit. 

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