Media & Events
Climate Inspiration: 12 Points to move us forward
OCEC Launch at Queen's Park
Left to Right: Deena Ladd (Workers Action Centre); Lana Goldberg (Environmental Defence); Mili Roy (Cdn Assn of Physicians for the Environment, CAPE-ON);
Andre Forsythe (Climate Challenge & School for Climate) and Samantha Green (CAPE-ON)
It's Official - OCEC Launch at Queen's Park April 27, 2022
Check out the media coverage so far - more to come!
Aug 2022 Talking Radical Radio Interview OCEC + Ontario Clean Air Alliance
May 30, 2022 Toronto Star Op Ed: A vote for climate is a vote for the future
Apr 27, 2022 CBC TV Local News (Evening & Late News, English & French - lead story on Tele-Journal)
Apr 27, 2022 CBC News (print)
Apr 27, 2022 CBC Radio: Interview on Here and Now @5PM
Apr 27, 2022 The Energy Mix
Apr 27, 2022 Global news
Apr 27, 2022 CHCH
Speakers Phil Pothen and Maude Barlow explore the big climate impacts of local decision making and the importance of municipal elections
Join the Ontario Climate Emergency Campaign (OCEC: OntarioClimateEmergency.ca) and co-host Canadian Association of Physicians for the Environment, Ontario Chapter ( https://cape.ca/chapter/ontario-committee/ ) for this timely pre-municipal election webinar to learn about the high level impacts of local level decision making and the power of municipal elections to secure your future amidst a climate emergency.
Our two remarkable speakers will discuss how the October 24, 2022 Ontario municipal election is our greatest immediate opportunity to push back for climate action. Phil Pothen, lawyer with Environmental Defence, will discuss his extensive work to curb urban sprawl, its devastating impacts on our environment, health and food supply, and the massive climate impacts of municipal level decision making. Maude Barlow, celebrated activist and author, will speak about the power of hopeful collective action.
October 24, 2022 we have another chance to use our democratic voice for effective climate action.
May 14 Rally for Climate, Communities and Nature at Queen's Park
This spring we have a chance to choose another path - one that prioritizes people and the planet. In the lead up to the provincial election, let’s come together and make it clear that we want a government that will take immediate action to bring down emissions, protect biodiversity, and build sustainable communities. You’ll also hear a range of inspiring speakers and performers! Family friendly accessible event.
Hosted by: Environmental Defence; Climate Voice; David Suzuki Foundation; Ontario Climate Emergency Campaign; Canadian Association of Physicians for the Environment (CAPE) - Ontario; Climate Fast; Seniors For Climate Action Now!; Music Declares Emergency Canada.