Thanks to Polyvalente W.A. Losier Environment Committee for inviting me to visit and participate in their Eco-Expo. I heard more than 800 students floated through the gym yesterday – no wonder my voice is really hoarse today! Here are some photos of a few of the folks I had the chance to meet and chat with! – Joanna

The David Suzuki Foundation is asking young Canadians between the ages of 13 and 20 to take a survey and share how you as a youth spend  time outside.

Survey link:

Share your views and experiences with Suzuki Foundation and you’ll have a chance to win a $100 gift certificate from Ticketmaster.

Your opinions matter. Send this survey to your friends and make your voices heard about how young people want to connect with nature and the outdoors.

You can also find the David Suzuki Fondation on Facebook:

Check this contest out!

The ‘Date With History’ contest is an opportunity for young people around the globe to inspire the leaders of the world to act boldly and with urgency on key issues impacting the future of our planet. Entrants can upload a video speech below, and the top videos voted by the online public will be shared at the upcoming Rio Earth Summit in June.

A diverse jury of prominent celebrities, environmental activists and thought leaders will select one winner who will travel to Rio de Janeiro to participate in the summit and to share their vision!

Check out the videos and enter your video before May 6th -!/home


Want to uncover a story about a co-op or credit union in your community!

The United Nations has declared 2012 The Year of Co-operatives (YAY!!) To celebrate, the Co-operative Enterprise Council of NB (CECNB) is recruiting young people full of curiosity, passion, creativity and artistic skills. Co-operatives have a fascinating history in NB and most people don't even know about it! For example, did you know that:
  • The Sussex Co-op is the oldest co-operative in the entire world?!!!!
  • A group of students started their own co-op theatre company to create work for themselves and it has become one of Moncton's most popular theatres?
  • First nations fishermen recently joined together to establish a fishing co-op that employs local people and invests its profits back into youth and children in their community?
  • A co-op in New Brunswick is building the first virtual map of human knowledge for the Web?

This is something that has come through where youth can participate Online or by Phone From Anywhere Worldwide - check it out
Better World Forum 2012
Sharing Solutions, Taking Action
April 21-22 and April 28-29
An invitation to connect with Visionaries & Activists
Taking ideas to action for global social change
Participants from six continents and over 80 nations around the world unite via an online, virtual conference and exposition featuring an array of distinguished leaders and teachers on the cutting edge of cultural, economic, environmental and political change.

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