This section contains links to current events around climate justice issues, which offer opportunities for involvement by NDP ridings, including showing up with our own leaflets, buttons, and banners.

What is the Green New Deal? Infographic.

Connecting the dots: Climate Change, Capitalism, and the Military.

Bold Postal workers plan to address climate justice.

Connecting people to advance solar power David Suzuki network.

Federal NDP petition campaign against investing in pipelines

Indigenous Environmental Nework website puts forward climate justice perspective. searches for Trudeau's "science" to prove Kinder Morgan is of benefit.

A new group of activists, called Courage, representing Indigenous, labour, anti-oppression activists, who have an orientation to the NDP is spreading its influence.

Campaign for a "climate damages tax"

BC First Nations promotion of renewables plus public ownership challenges environmentally destructive mega-projects.

Leap Thunder Bay municipal initiative interview on CBC.

Suggestion for Leap Municipal Program.

Discussions of municipal Leap visions Saanich, BC and Thunder Bay

Energy industry legacy: hundreds of abandoned wells are leaking methane in Alberta communities

Thunder Bay Leap group organizes municipally

Critical perspective on climate change as a function of capitalism

Thunder Bay Leap group organizes municipally

120 First Nations campaign to pressure financial institutions to not support Kinder Morgan

NDP MP Kennedy Stewart attacking Kinder Morgan in Parliament

Naomi Klein book and LEAP meeting

Organizing group for a Carbon Free Toronto — Climate Fast

Ecojustice is engaged in court actions in defence of our environment

David Suzuki's Blue Dot campaign

The People vs. Kinder Morgan Pull Together

The Coldwater Band and Tsleil-Waututh Nation are challenging the federal government's decision to approve Kinder Morgan in court. Here's a Facebook link.

Pacific Islanders' actions of resistance to the tar sands