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The first-ever pan-Canadian school food conference, Changing the Menu, opened a month ago with a picture of Canada’s School Food Map showing over 700 activities underway involving nearly 700,000 students across the country!
In the past few years, you've probably heard a hundred opposing definitions of sustainable development. Is this just a trend, on its way out? How does the theory hold up in practice? Using examples from Europe and the Americas, we will explore a lesser known aspect of sustainable development: social justice. Stéphanie Baron, M.A., M. Sc., (communications and economic...
Événement - 16 January 2012 - Tag : Fair and sustainable society, Organization, Public Lectures
A new initiative to inspire public debate in Quebec was launched last night in Montreal. Sortie 13 brings together 13 Gen X and Y leaders, each of whom specializes in a different societal issue, ranging from transportation to entrepreneurship to immigration. Equiterre's Steven Guilbeault is the group's resident environmentalist.
The CIVICUS World Assembly is a global gathering for civil society, donors, governments and businesses to find common solutions to the challenges facing humanity.  This year we are lucky because it will be held once again in Montreal – with Equiterre as a partner. The theme? "Civil Society and Global Decision-Making: Doing It Better." For more information...
Changing the world? A lofty goal. And yet, within our reach! Personally, collectively, we have an impact. Since its inception in 1993, Equiterre's mission has been to help build a social movement that encourages individuals, governments and organizations to make ecological and equitable choices, in a spirit of solidarity.