#HCCReads: Sheila Watt-Cloutier's "Right to be Cold"
Let’s Read for Climate Action!
Without a stable, safe climate, people cannot exercise their economic, social, or cultural rights.
The HCC Reads campaign continues to engage our community about the complex issues of climate change as we read our next book, Sheila Watt-Cloutier’s The Right to be Cold.
The Right to be Cold gives an authentic perspective and personal reflections on the challenges and impacts in Northern Canada. Sheila Watt-Cloutier is both inspiring and courageous. It is a biography, concentrating on Sheila Watt-Cloutier’s life’s work to protect the Inuit culture and the Arctic.
Get your copy in person or online at your local library and learn more about the parallels between safeguarding the Arctic and the survival of Inuit culture.Follow #HCCReads on twitter to follow the conversation.
Thank you to our Partners
Generation Green is a youth led initiative with the goal of engaging Halton students in climate action leadership, and supporting them in their commitment to greenhouse gas emission reductions in order to drive change and action in their communities.
Students who join Generation Green will implement an initiative in their community that will reduce their greenhouse gas emissions. In order to make this process as easy as possible, students will have full support from the Halton Climate Collective, as well as access to several resources, webinars, and an opportunity for face to face meetings with HCC staff.
For more information and to join, visit the Generation Green page.
What Can You Do?
Simple Everyday Actions to Help the environment:
Meet Sam, our local Climate Hero and watch as she takes simple environmental actions to make every action count. Get inspired to take action yourself!
Every Action Counts…
- We are looking at ways to reduce greenhouse gas emissions in the community of Halton.
- We want to understand what you’re doing and how we can help.
The Every Action Counts Survey is now closed