Now, Not Later, and Why It Matters. Enter climate change. Since I was young, I had always loved being outdoors, surrounded by nature - after all, it was the perfect way for an apathetic child to distance herself from the hustle and bustle of the big metropolises where I was raised. Having spent most of … Continue reading A Serial Procrastinator’s Guide to Global Citizenship: Part 2
Now, Not Later, and Why It Matters. Wake up. Eat. Go to School. Eat. Study. Eat. TV. Sleep. Rinse and Repeat. For a number of years, this was the epitome of my daily routine. Occasionally, on those rarest of rare days where I felt especially optimistic, a few minutes’ worth of ambitious ideas for DIY … Continue reading A Serial Procrastinator’s Guide to Global Citizenship: Part 1
Ok, please don't shoot me. I know, I know, I haven't exactly been posting, but I swear I have legitimate reasons, and have a number of posts scheduled for the next month that I know you'll love. Most of you probably know by now, but I'll be interviewing the Policy Advisor from the Office of the … Continue reading Update + Presentation!
"For mother nature" - Dr. David Suzuki On Tuesday October 18th, I had the honour of participating in Planet in Focus' round table discussion with Dr. David Suzuki. There were ten youth under 25, including me, Dr. David Suzuki, and our wonderful moderator Adria Vasil (author of the Echolic series). Never in my life, have … Continue reading Planet in Focus + Dr. Suzuki
"You're 16, it isn't even your problem." I've probably heard this quote more times in my life than necessary, but I try not to let it get to me. Yes, I am 16, but it is my problem. It's not just my problem, but it's also your problem too. It's our problem. The problem being in this case, the … Continue reading Why I Do What I Do