Reflections on Policy and Accessibility

Reflections on Policy and Accessibility

A reflection on climate policy from Zohreh Rezaie Manesh. Climate policy can play a vital role in providing a unifying common ground for action and mutual...

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Why Climate Action is Important to Me

Why Climate Action is Important to Me

A reflection on climate action from Denis Kavanna. Growing up I got to hear stories from my grandfather, James Kavanna, about how different things in...

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Igatmeg Gm’tginu*

Igatmeg Gm’tginu*

A reflection on climate policy and action from Avery Velez. Figure 1 photo credit: Avery Velez, K'taqamkuk, July 2020 Kwe’ teluisi Avery, n’in...

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Pondering the Purpose of Policy

Pondering the Purpose of Policy

A reflection on climate policy from Leah Davidson. I come from a small, semi-rural 4000-person community that lacks environmental awareness, but has adopted...

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Biodiversity as a Victim and a Reminder

Biodiversity as a Victim and a Reminder

A reflection on climate policy from Thomas Steur. In a year void of any Students On Ice trips to the Arctic, COP 26, musical concerts, and countless other...

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Climate Action: It’s Political

Climate Action: It’s Political

A reflection on climate policy from Alissa Sallans. Growing up I have always had a deep appreciation for the need for climate action, but until recently the...

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Shakti Ramkumar – COP25

Shakti Ramkumar – COP25

I am so grateful that I got to experience COP for the first time with the Climate Action Cohort, knowing that we all shared our Students On...

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Aiden Cyr – COP 25

Aiden Cyr – COP 25

"A Concordia student at COP25: 'International aspirations clashed with domestic political will" Concordia University News © Aiden Cyr/ Concordia...

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Marina Melanidis – COP 25

Marina Melanidis – COP 25

Grief, Tokenism, and Burnout in a World on Fire: SOI COP25 Blog © Twitter @marinamelanidis I’m tired. But what does that matter? We know the...

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