Climate strike

Individuals can’t afford to carry the weight of the climate crisis alone

I was concerned when I read an opinion piece published earlier this month in The Queen’s Journal , entitled “Individuals have just as much responsibility as governments to address the climate crisis.” Continue...

Queen's Climate Strike 2019

On Sept. 27, hundreds of students, faculty, and members of the Kingston community marched through campus to demand climate action from Queen’s administration.Continue...

QBACC appeals to Trustees at first meeting of academic year

After addressing more than 500 students at Friday’s climate strike, representatives from QBACC headed into Richardson Hall to bring their demands to Queen’s Board of Trustees.

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Hundreds strike for climate action on campus

On Friday afternoon, hundreds of students, faculty, and members of the Kingston community marched through campus to demand climate action from Queen’s administration.Continue...

Cities’ climate emergency declarations are more than hollow words

Municipalities’ declarations of climate emergencies aren't empty gestures. They're a call to affect change at provincial and national levels of government, and they demonstrate solidarity with their communities’ priorities.Continue...

As nearly 600 plan to attend climate strike, Queen’s says it will not close

As hundreds prepare to gather on campus for Friday’s climate strike, Queen’s will not be closing its doors.Continue...