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yellow maple leaves in November

Poem: Praise Song

Thanks to Carmen Ward & Sara Craven for bringing our attention to this poem. ~ GTEC Reader Editor Praise the light of late November, the thin sunlight that goes deep ...
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/ Arts & Culture, climate change, lifestyle
Ethical Maxims for the Climate Crisis feature image of woman and child in front of wind turbines

Ethical Maxims for the Climate Crisis

By Kim McLeod A friend of GTEC recently shared an article titled “Ethical Maxims for a Marginally Inhabitable Planet”. This rather difficult but necessary read is written by two bioethics ...
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Preparing Organizations for Impacts of Climate Crisis keynote speech at The Federation of Community Social Services of BC conference

Preparing Organizations for the Impacts of the Climate Crisis

This excerpt is based on a keynote given by Arden Henley at the annual professional development conference of the Federation of Community Social Services of BC, October 19, 2022 Organizations ...
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GTEC News Release on SFU/MHCCA Project

October 21, 2022 GTEC AND SFU/MHCCA PARTNER ON CLIMATE CRISIS AND MENTAL HEALTH STUDY The Green Technology Education Centre (GTEC) and the Simon Fraser University based Mental Health Climate Change ...
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/ climate change, community, Education, news
Huang Shan China

How a Daoist Approach to Education Benefits Us

How a Daoist Approach to Education Benefits Students, Society and the Environment By Tom Culham This article first appeared in Open Access Government October 2022 under the title How can ...
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on spiritual health fog through trees

On Spiritual Health

By Linda Thyer We have heard many times that we are in a climate and ecological crisis. When the lakes and rivers are running dry, when the forests are burning ...
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North-central B.C. old growth forest

The next issue of the GTEC Reader focuses on Forests through Stories, Reports, Commentaries, Poetry and Art

Two years into old-growth strategic review mandate, BC is failing to deliver change Environmental organizations call for immediate action to make the promised paradigm shift a reality as at-risk forests ...
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Book Review: Disappearing Minglewood Blues

This review was initially published in The Ormsby Review, now renamed The British Columbia Review in September 2020, and is published here by permission of the author. Disappearing Minglewood Blues, ...
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CityHive Youth Climate Innovation Lab promo

CityHive – Youth Climate Innovation Lab

Apply Now to Take Climate Action – Join the Youth Climate Innovation Lab – Apply by August 21st! Are you ready to connect with your passions, interests and skills to ...
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burnt tree from forest fire due to climate crisis

The Problem with Not Using the Term Crisis

The Problem with Not Using the Term Crisis in Relation to Current Human-induced Changes to the Global Climate By Arden Henley Through my work with the Green Technology Education Centre ...
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