GASP Weekend Wrap-ups

GASP issues a bi-weekly newsletter update on recent GASP activities, environmental articles, youtube videos and upcoming webinars that will inspire further action on Climate Emergency and Social Justice issues. If you would like to subscribe, send us your email in Contact Us.

2022 –

June 26 – learn about the fastest-warming place on earth, who is suing Big Oil?, brilliant flash mob protest in front of Lloyds of London and more …

June 12 – Ontario Election Apathy, Impact of Russia’s invasion on the fossil fuel industry, June is Indigenous History Month

May 29 – Down to the wire Election Issue – What is at stake with the upcoming Ontario election?

May 15 – Ontario government’s abysmal record on climate issues, Ontario to expand natural gas plants

Special Mother’s Day Issue – A celebration of poetry, artwork and videos to lift your spirit

May 1 – Earth Day Rallies, Ontario Climate Emergency Campaign, bank green-washing, the impact of air pollution on health, upcoming webinars

April 17 – Banks accelerating the climate crisis, Canada is a rogue super-emitter of GHG’s, Ontario sabotages Canada’s climate goals and more

April 3 – Emissions Reduction Plan, the trouble with LNG, melting of Antarctic and more …

March 20 – War in Ukraine,  World Water Day, Just Transition and more …

March 6 – Impact of the war in Ukraine on the oil and gas industry, highlights of the latest IPCC report and upcoming events

February 20 – Great land use vote at Halton Region, articles on oil and gas heyday, important petitions

February 6 – Why Halton can grow without paving over farmland, how the oil and gas industry is ramping up production – not committed to reducing GHG emissions, how the Ontario government climate plan will not help Canada reduce GHG emissions by 40-45%.

January 24 – Flaws in Halton Region’s preferred growth plan, new GASP ED publication on How Halton should grow and more

January 16 – GASP’s goal to preserve 5000 acres of farmland in Halton Region that will be paved for urban sprawl

Past Issues of GASP Weekend Wrap-up