SK will be participating in this informative, inspiring and empowering day that focuses on the context of climate change in Kingston, Ontario.
Register for free here: https://www.eventbrite.ca/e/use-your-brain-to-change-your-footprint-free-climate-change-conference-tickets-54258744365?aff=ebdssbdestsearch&fbclid=IwAR2ppw2-DmxG47vSo9XA6ypepAmLyYInxGWW4y3BskpPfKpc-YRn-SnrL78
Please do NOT print your Eventbrite tickets, your online registration is sufficient. In order to keep this a free event lunch and beverages are not provided. Food order in options will be share closer to the event.
Table displays are available for $35 for the day. For any questions or concerns please contact Julia Miller at JM11.HLR@gmail.com or at 613-453-0417.
Come join junior and experienced Environmentalists for a Panel Discussion on how to get a career in the environmental field, what has led others to succeed, and more. Then connect with our panelists and fellow environmentalists further with a hike down the trail by snowshoe!
On January 17th, 2019 Sustainable Kingston is hosting the Kingston Climate Change Symposium at The Grand Theatre. This full-day symposium aims to bring together climate champions and inspire action while we showcase the latest developments on community-based climate initiatives.
The 2019 event features speakers such as Dianne Saxe, Ontario's Environmental Commissioner, Lauren Saville of the Jane Goodall Institute, The Weather Network's Chris St. Claire, and many other local industry experts. The overall goal of the Kingston Climate Change Symposium is to strengthen existing networks between community practitioners, policymakers and community members working on all levels of community based-climate change and to enhance our resiliency toward our changing climate.
For more information, including the schedule, go here: http://www.sustainablekingston.ca/climate-change-symposium-2019
The team at SK will be hosting a 24 Hours of Reality viewing party at SK headquarters from 9am-4:30pm on Tuesday, December 4th. Join us for eye-opening stories and compelling conversations about the climate crisis and watch the broadcast live with millions of like-minded people around the world.
Popcorn and refreshments included!
Event Link: https://www.24hoursofreality.org
The Sustainable Action Group is open to all!
Providing a space for passionate and determined individuals to come together and chat about sustainability in the Kingston community.
Network with like-minded individuals
Brainstorm project ideas and find potential partners
Learn about possible volunteer opportunities with SK
Join us to celebrate the exciting launch of No.9 Gardens at The Harvest Moon Festival! Enjoy local food and beverages, good music, and booths from sustainable community organizations from the Kingston area, all while getting the very first look at No.9's new initiative, No.9 Gardens. Come experience the culture of sustainability and be a part of the launch of this inspiring new project!
Click here for more information and how to register: http://www.no9.ca/gardens-launch/
Team SK challenges YOU and your co-workers to join the Sustainable Kingston Summer Challenge and ban all single-use items from your workplace for the entire summer!
Choose re-usable containers, bags, mugs, cutlery, straws, and napkins etc. as well as compostable garbage bags and help to reduce waste and plastic pollution in our community!!
And... if helping reduce waste and saving the planet isn't enough of a reward for you, we also are entering every team in a draw for great prizes!
Don't forget to post pictures of your team on your social media page and challenge 5 other local businesses to participate in the SK Summer Challenge.
Interested in getting involved in or learning more about Sustainable Kingston? Attend our Annual General Meeting on Thursday, May 18, 5:30 PM at the Sustainable Kingston office.
Want to know more about what we do? Click here to find out.
This event is free and open to everyone.
Looking for ways to reduce your business's natural gas consumption? Join us for a guided walkthrough and expert speaker at Toast & Jam Cafe. We will identify and discuss opportunities for local businesses to conserve natural gas and reduce their carbon emissions while still keeping things hot!