Is Climate Change Not an Emergency?

June 30, 2022 greenzine 0

EDITORIAL COLLECTIVE – No. It is not. Not in the sense we are accustomed to. The emergency is in the very meaning and experience of change. Change is changing. The planet’s evolution to this point has gone through catastrophic upheavals. Some occurred within a relatively short period of time. Some […]

Welcome Back to the Greenzine — Online!

April 22, 2022 greenzine 1

If we can’t imagine the future we want, we won’t be able to create it. EDITORIAL COLLECTIVE – We are marking EARTH DAY, 2022 with the relaunch of Peterborough/Nogojiwanong’s Greenzine magazine – online! The hard copy, paper version of the Greenzine was available all over the local area for almost […]

Thank-you, Fred Irwin

April 22, 2022 greenzine 0

PETER CURRIER – As the founder and a pivotal sustainer of Transition Town Peterborough (TTP), Fred Irwin has been the leading voice of our vital local chapter of the international Transition Movement for fifteen years. In the face of the current climate crisis, he has worked tirelessly to forge partnerships […]

Who Cares About the Climate Crisis? – Kids

October 1, 2019 greenzine 0

Kids care about the climate crisis MALAIKA COLLETTE – My name is Abby Conrad and I am 16 years old. I am a grade 11 student at Adam Scott CVI, and I’ve only really become involved in activism during the past year of my life. My story is becoming more […]