Behind the brands

Change the way the food companies do business!

Come join Oxfam UofT for our Behind the Brands campaign that aims to provide people with the information they need to hold the Big 10 to account for what happens in their supply chains. We will have games and treats so stop by and learn about some of the world’s biggest companies and about Oxfam.

Behind the Brands is part of Oxfam’s GROW campaign to help create a world where everyone has enough to eat. Right now, nearly one in eight people on earth go to bed hungry. Sadly, the majority of these people are farmers or farm workers supplying the very food system that is failing them. Yet there is enough food for everyone. That’s an outrage – but we can be the generation that ends this crazy situation!

Date: Thursday, October 25, 2018 at 4 PM – 6 PM
Location: 21 Sussex Ave., Room 403, UofT, downtown Toronto

More info: www.behindthebrands.org

Future Cities Canada Summit, Toronto

Future Cities Canada Summit, November 7-9, 2018. Our inaugural event is a national gathering on the future of cities. It will bring together city builders from all sectors to create and strengthen new relationships and collectively accelerate innovations for more inclusive, sustainable and resilient cities. The Summit is scheduled for November 7 to 9, 2018 at Evergreen Brick Works. Within the three days, we will re-imagine Canada’s urban futures, connect innovators and scale solutions. futurecitiescanada.ca/events/

Teaching position – outdoor & environmental education, full-time, Kortright Centre, GTA, Ontario

Are you a teacher? Experienced in environmental education or science? Full-time position — outdoor and environmental education programs at Kortright Centre, GTA… GoodWork.ca/outdoor.ed | GoodWork.ca/993974

Are corporations starving the world?

“Unless it changes, capitalism will starve humanity by 2050. Large corporations are engaging in increasingly exploitative behaviour by obscuring the link between endless economic growth and worsening environmental destruction.” — Forbes magazine (read more)

So what needs to change? What can you and I do to help? How can we get to work for a healthy world?  What you can do  | Green jobs