Tag Archives: The Great Turning Unconference

Vancouver is Projecting Positive Climate Change

Today, I had the absolute pleasure of interviewing (long time friend and high school classmate) but more importantly avid planet fighter, Tim Scolnick. Tim is a regular contributor on DeSmogBlog, a project that began in January 2006 and has since then become one of the world’s number one sources for alleviating the plethora of misinformation on global warming. Since high school Tim has been busily projecting change, completing graduate research on China’s climate change foreign policy, working for the European […]

What are you doing this Saturday?

Hello local-change-projecting-documentary-loving-blog-readers it’s Amy.  I’m the newest member of the Projecting Change Film Festival social media team: an aspiring change-maker, food security advocate, a sometimes artist/writer, and an always feline friend. I’m one of many whose curiosity can take me in several directions all at once and perhaps one of a few – for the time being – who is absolutely mad about soil and seeds, and the intersection of geography and psychology. This Saturday (with much enthusiasm) I will be […]