About CJS

What we’re about

We care passionately about Saskatoon and want to help build a just and sustainable future for this city and the province of Saskatchewan. We’re deeply concerned about climate change and the social, economic and environmental injustices that make it the greatest challenge of our time. But we remain hopeful that by working together creatively we can not just survive but flourish and create a better society for everyone – a society based on cooperation and compassion, on meaningful reconciliation, on renewable energy and on community.

Climate Justice Saskatoon (CJS) has been organizing in the city for several years, including helping to organize the Saskatchewan Citizens’ Hearings on Climate Change in 2013. We recognize that the time is now to push for justice-based solutions to climate change here at home – solutions that will prioritize the needs of those most impacted by climate change, and solutions that create a more just, sustainable, and healthy society for all of us.

You can also find us on Facebook and follow us on Twitter.

What we do

We’re a busy collective of busy people who are always looking for ways to collaborate with and work in solidarity with others. Please get in touch if you would like to collaborate or if we can help with your work.

Check out the projects tab above for a sample of a few things we are working or have worked on. And be sure to check out From the Ground Up, our weekly show on CFCR 90.5FM – Wednesdays at 6:30pm. You can listen to episodes after they’re broadcast here.

Have questions?  Check out our FAQ here.

Saskatoon’s Town Hall meeting on climate change, May 25th, 2016

5 thoughts on “About CJS

  1. My name is Chelsey from Warman High School. Our Outdoor Education class is doing a project on ways of helping the environment, through action plans. One of our plans was to start a poster campaign. I wanted to ask about making a proper poster with information people should know about climate change. Please let me know of some ideas.
    Thank you,

    1. Lynn, sorry to have taken so long to respond – we need more people willing to take on these web and social media tasks…. I don’t see why not, so long as you make a clear link to the climate emergency.

  2. I think that if we build a small tall land mark in the city, showing the change in climate measurements in Saskatchewan and all other provinces in canda comparing with the year 2013 and short enviromental films, Peole will try to understand.
    The building can be from recycled materials, also its shape can express the resistance of pollution

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