A wise person once said: “After the show, is the after party and...” Yes, that was Jay Z. But, get your friends together and use our listening party kit.
Talk to them. We know it can be scary, that’s why we made the discussion guides.
Let everyone know it's time to act on climate. Better yet, share one reflection and one way you’ll change your individual behaviour to support climate justice. Scroll down for inspiration.
Big Oil and Big Corp interests seem to drown out our voices, making it hard to achieve climate justice and equity in our communities. They put pipelines on Indigenous land or attempt to emit carcinogens near schools. Let’s stop that, shall we? By supporting these campaigns, you make your voice heard and reclaim your power:
For over 40 years, the Wilderness Committee has worked to protect life-giving biodiversity through strategic research, community mobilizing and grassroots education. They envision a Canada where wilderness and wildlife thrives for the benefit of all. Their climate campaigns are a key component of ensuring wild species and places survive for decades to come.
Fracking for gas in northeastern British Columbia creates a staggering amount of climate pollution and it could only get worse if new liquefied natural gas (LNG) terminals are built on the West Coast. While provinces like Quebec and New Brunswick have stood up to the fossil fuel industry and banned fracking, the government of B.C. has done the opposite. It's subsidized new LNG terminals that would require tens of thousands of new fracking wells over their lifetimes. Can you join the movement to stop Canada's next climate crime?
Dogwood is a British Columbia-based nonprofit established in 1999. They build grassroots power to transform democracy, uphold Indigenous rights, and defend the climate, land, and water that sustain life in B.C.
Climate disasters like fires, floods and heatwaves threaten homes, communities and livelihoods. In British Columbia, fracked gas is the biggest climate problem. The fracking industry poisons B.C.’s water and pollutes the air in peoples' homes. It causes violence to Indigenous lands and people. And it’s fuelling deadly climate breakdown. Together we can move B.C. beyond gas. Join us!
350.org is an international movement of ordinary people working to end the age of fossil fuels and build a world of community-led renewable energy for all. The 350 Canada team is focused on stopping fossil fuel expansion and winning bold just transition legislation. They need as many people as possible on board.
350.org are organizing to win a just transition that puts people first, not corporate profits, and ensures that everyone in Canada has access to good, green jobs. They're building pressure on Parliament to pass the bold and ambitious legislation this moment demands. Add your voice today!
Dogwood is a B.C.-based nonprofit established in 1999. We build grassroots power to transform our democracy, uphold Indigenous rights, and defend the climate, land, and water that sustain life in B.C.
Climate disasters like fires, floods and heatwaves threaten our homes, communities and livelihoods. In B.C., fracked gas is our biggest climate problem. The fracking industry poisons B.C.’s water and pollutes the air in our homes. It causes violence to Indigenous lands and people. And it’s fuelling deadly climate breakdown. Together we can move B.C beyond gas. Join us!
We have action ideas for each episode, which you can see on the individual episode pages
We have plenty more resources specific to each episode - you can access them by signing up below to "Unlock Bonus Content"
Sign up for the Sunny Drake Productions newsletter to access all bonus content and our newsletter archive. It’s the perfect companion for your audio journey.
You will also hear about Sunny’s upcoming projects, so you’ll be among the first to find out what’s next. Go on, subscribe now.