Climate Change

A Global RISE for Climate

A Global RISE for Climate

This International Day of Action marked a milestone in the modern American climate movement. With the launch of the epic Global Action Climate Summit on the horizon, throngs of crowds marched in San Francisco as a part of the 'RISE for Climate' movement to push world leaders to act on climate solutions NOW. 

A Climate of Changing Infrastructure

A Climate of Changing Infrastructure

With the increasing effects of climate change becoming apparent, the status of existing and upcoming projects becomes a matter of life and death. Thankfully, Canada is taking “concrete” steps in laying the “foundation” for climate resilient infrastructure!

Citizens in Action: In conversation with CEA coordinator Derek Coronado

Citizens in Action: In conversation with CEA coordinator Derek Coronado

In an interview with Derek Coronado, the coordinator of Windsor-born Citizens Environment Alliance, we explore the region's rocky environmental history, the effects of climate change, regional politics, community participation and the way forward.

I Recycle, Compost, and Drive Electric. Who Cares About Policy?

I Recycle, Compost, and Drive Electric. Who Cares About Policy?

Your green actions will go a long way in reflecting the changing consumption patterns and effects at an individual level. But is reducing our energy consumption the only way for us to mitigate climate change?

What about policy?

Sustainability - Why You Should Be Windsor's Everyday Hero

Sustainability - Why You Should Be Windsor's Everyday Hero

Sustainability is the ability to provide for the current generation without sacrificing the needs of future generations.

But what does sustainability mean to a Windsorite?

Here's a Pentastic Idea!

Here's a Pentastic Idea!

Have you ever wondered why certain objects are recyclable and others not? And what is the difference between recycling a milk carton and a cellphone? Did you know that the City of Windsor’s recycling facilities recycle many different kinds of plastic, but stationery is NOT one of them?