Brittney Wynnyk, Southern Alberta Participant
Biophilia is the idea that we as humans are innately connected to our natural world and the other creatures with which we cohabitate. Integral to reestablishing this feeling of connectedness is fostering a sense of stewardship and reciprocity. The planting of proverbial and literal seeds – and magic ones, at that.
Our Rivers Run Through It: Keeping the Crowsnest’s Water Clean from Coal
Madeleine Gustavson, Southern Alberta Participant
This audio episode of approximately an hour long gives an overview of coal’s history, waning, and resurgence in the Crowsnest Pass region in Southern Alberta. The conservation focus discusses past and current impacts of coal development on the region’s water, with a transgression to BC’s Elk Valley as an example of development gone awry.
Emma Chong, Southern Alberta Participant
A pilot program providing Alpine Club of Canada leaders with the knowledge to raise awareness about the reliance and impact that alpine ecosystems have on Southern Alberta’s threatened spaces.
Protect The Rocky Mountains from Coal Mines Through Education
Leo Sainarin, Southern Alberta Participant
Coal mines are a huge risk to the Rocky Mountains, especially with water contamination. With the coal policy no longer in effect, we all need to stand up against the government and reinstate the policy. Though, majority of citizens may not be aware of the dire effects of this policy. This is why, through education, we can attract the casual citizens to make them more aware of the situation, how it will affect themselves and nature, and how to stand up against it.
We are the Watershed
Sarah Knude, Southern Alberta Participant
Engaging with outdoor recreationalists to encourage advocacy to protect the great outdoors. Recreationalists will go out to explore the Crowsnest Pass on skis, while learning about the threats that coal mining poses to the land, water, and air.