Posts Tagged "climate justice"

Participate in a Green New Deal for Canada

May 14, 2019

The pact for a Green New Deal is a collaborative attempt to make the climate emergency a political priority. This national call to action is supported by over 60 organizations, including KAIROS. The pact goes beyond tackling the climate crisis…

Post filed in: Ecological Justice


Reconciliation in the Watershed – Winnipeg

A workshop to re-learn and re-vamp understandings of the environment through decolonizing our relationship with water. Our watersheds sustain our lives and connect us to those both near and far – but our actions have impacts on the environment beyond…


Reconciliation in the Watershed

A workshop led by KAIROS’ Ecological Justice Program Coordinator, Amelia Berot-Burns, that offers learning, listening, and action opportunities on local water issues. We seek to develop a connection with the watershed in which we live, on a path towards reconciled…


Facing our environmental challenges in 2019

In an interactive presentation, Amelia Berot-Burns, KAIROS Ecological Justice Program Coordinator, will discuss important ecological justice topics in Canada in 2019 including climate change and carbon pricing, and will suggest ways to advocate effectively. Organized by KAIROS Toronto West


A Faith-based Response to the Climate Emergency : Preparing for the International Rebellion for Climate Justice

Are you concerned about the threat of climate breakdown and the failure of our governments to prevent it? Are you interested in joining a non-violent faith-based response to the climate crisis? If so, please join members of Toronto faith communities…

KAIROS joins Burnaby Mountain Trans Mountain pipeline protest, April 28

April 25, 2018

KAIROS Executive Director Jennifer Henry to stand in solidarity with members of T’sleil-Waututh, faith leaders and people of faith (Toronto, ON) – KAIROS Canada’s Executive Director, Jennifer Henry, will join members of Tsleil Waututh, faith leaders and other people of…

Post filed in: Ecological Justice, Indigenous Rights, Media Releases, UNDRIP Blog Updates

Carbon trading threatens Indigenous peoples

August 17, 2016

The federal government admits that Canada is not on track to meet its official targets for reducing greenhouse gas emissions. In fact, Environment Canada says the gap between actual emissions and the goal of trimming emissions to 30 percent below…

Post filed in: Ecological Justice, Op Eds & Rabble

The Local and the Global

December 4, 2015

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COP21: A moral issue

December 2, 2015

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Le ROJEP à la COP21

November 29, 2015

Post filed in: Ecological Justice, En français

Climate Action: From the Personal to the Political

March 3, 2015

As the global community looks towards the UN Climate Change Conference in Paris this December, people continue to raise awareness and seek political change at the personal, local and national levels. And KAIROS is a part of that.

Post filed in: Ecological Justice