Come and celebrate with Kamloops author and artist Wendy Weseen as she launches As Wise as Nature’s Wings—eighty individual books of illustrated eco-poetry, each handmade and featuring a unique piece of original art on the cover. Continue reading “As wise as nature’s wings” book launch and reading
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When Desmond Tutu died, he chose aquamation. Also known as alkaline hydrolysis, it uses 90% less energy, and has just 1/10th of the of the carbon footprint of flame-based cremation. Let’s make it an end-of-life option for British Columbians! Continue reading Aquamation: A greener alternative to flame-based cremation
Saturday, May 7th, 2022 is the 46th annual Kamloops Walk for Peace, Social Justice, and the Environment. Come out and show your support for Peace. If not now, then when? Continue reading Kamloops Peace Walk 2022: If not now, then when?
Transition Kamloops is pleased to host the first “Film for Change” in over 2 years on Wed April 20th at 7 pm at the TRU Alumni Clocktower Theatre. The Magnitude of All Things documents the grief of director Jennifer Abbott, who … Continue reading The Magnitude of All Things: Why you & everyone you know ought to come out and see it
UPDATE: Kamloops City Council voted to approve the staff proposal to provide funding for the Community Climate Action Plan on April 5, 2022. Thanks to everyone who attended a meeting to speak up for climate action funding, contacted Councillors individually, … Continue reading Follow the money: Supporting the CCAP with realistic funding
Author Elin Kelsey will speak at TRU on Wed. Apr. 6th at 7 pm in the Campus Activity Centre’s Mountain Room (COVID permitting). In conjunction with her Pathways to Hope and Resilience English course at TRU, Nina Johnson and TRU … Continue reading Hope Matters: Elin Kelsey speaks on hope and the climate crisis