Environmental Studies Association of Canada - AJ

Environmental Studies Association of Canada

A\J is the official publication of the Environmental Studies Association of Canada (ESAC), a learned society formed in 1993 to bring together academics, professionals and activists interested in sharing insights about environmental issues, and to further research and teaching activities in areas related to environmental studies in Canada.

ESAC is a non-profit, federally incorporated, bilingual organization open to members from across Canada and elsewhere. Members are welcome from educational institutions, government agencies, and private sector and non-profit organizations.

Joining ESAC gets you a free subscription to Alternatives! Join today at www.esac.ca.

"How the words of a 16-year-old @OYEPCanada ranger continue to inspire me to do more," #SFI's Paul Robitaille, Director, #Indigenous & Youth Relations.

Read Let's Paddle Together in @AlternativesJ: https://t.co/tDUSEYKVQv

It's another #ForestFridays and we're sharing our latest article with @AlternativesJ

Perfect reading for this Friday evening to discover more about traditional ecological knowledge🌳

#indigenouspeoples #indigenousknowledge #firstnations

https://t.co/klM7cIoUU0

Trash Talk: Confessions of a waste auditor is now live on AJ. You don’t want to miss this anonymous confession piece - it will share some of the most brutally honest and unfiltered truths about the waste industry straight from the eyes of a waste auditor https://t.co/7XuoqXNrPN

As we roll into the weekend, check out our latest publication with @AlternativesJ 📓

Written by our Director of Indigenous and Youth Relations, Paul Robitaille, you'll learn about the path forward for collaborative partnerships with Indigenous Peoples.

https://t.co/X76P4UDjsU