WHO WE ARE

We're climate organizers based out of Amiskwaciwâskahikan (Edmonton) on traditional Cree, Blackfoot, Dene, Nakota Sioux, Saulteaux, and Métis Nation territory. Our group consists of educators, workers, students and community organizers; each of us passionate about contributing, in whatever way we can, to the larger, global movement for social, environmental, and climate justice.

Our Mission

We are a movement for social, environmental and climate justice. We seek to empower individuals and communities to take action on climate change, support Indigenous resistance, challenge harmful corporate and political practices, and work towards justice-based solutions.

WHAT WE DO

We work alongside community members and other groups to raise our voices against the oppressive and colonial structures that contribute to climate change. Using methods like street theatre, direct action, banner drops, marches, and protests, we listen and share, challenge and defend, critique and promote, rage and celebrate — all together.

We know that Alberta is uniquely positioned as a resource province. We have benefitted and profited from the extraction of fossil fuels, but we know that the cost to communities, our environment, and our shared future is too great to continue. Fossil fuel extraction must stop. 

Fortunately, Alberta has huge renewable potential and we know that workers, communities and families can be supported and benefit from a just transition to renewable energy!

WHAT WE WANT

  • Alberta to immediately freeze oil sands expansion and begin driving the necessary transition towards a just, renewable energy economy
  • A bold progressive vision for this province, divorced from oil: one that reflects our creativity, resilience, and deep compassion for one another
  • Community owned, democratized  renewable energy projects
  • Support and stability for workers before, through and after the transition
  • Indigenous communities to be consulted, respected, supported, and provided with proper restitution
  • The interests of people and the planet unequivocally placed over those of shareholders and corporate executives

We know that a better world is possible, because we’ve witnessed it. In the most unlikely of times after unprecedented floods, and in the wake of climate-fueled fires — Albertans have come together and cared for one another with creativity, innovation, resourcefulness, and a deep sense of compassion. These are the foundations of a just, collective future.

Photo by Elauna Boutwell