Climate Justice Corner

Let's create a more sustainable, resilient, vibrant, inclusive and equitable community together.

Come visit the Climate Justice Corner at the main library (74 Mackenzie).  It’s your go-to-place to learn, find resources to take action, and connect to community events and efforts.  Find books, DVD’s, activities, community flyers, and more, for all ages.  Explore the collection.

Climate justice recognizes that not everyone is impacted equally by the climate emergency, and supports everyone’s rights, safety, health, homes, and livelihoods as we transition to a low carbon society and adapt to climate impacts. Climate justice addresses the root causes of the climate emergency and supports new regenerative, caring, and reciprocal systems.  There is no climate justice without Indigenous rights and leadership, and without social and racial justice.

Join the journey to climate justice: a journey of learning, care, responsiblity, healing, hope, and connection.

February at the Climate Justice Corner

Join us for a Seed Saving Session, Saturday, Feb. 10, 10:30 a.m. – 12:30 p.m. Drop by the Climate Justice Corner (main floor of the Main Library).  Bring your seeds to swap, or to donate to the seed library or Seedy Sudbury’s Seedy Sunday seed swap. Make fun seed envelopes with repurposed materials and craft supplies.  All materials provided.

Join Citizens Climate Lobby, Saturday, Feb. 10. 1:00pm at the Climate Justice Corner for their meeting.

Climate Justice Book Club.  Join us Thursday, Feb. 8, 6-7p.m., Main Library meeting room 1 (masks required), or on-line to discuss Jane Goodall’s ideas around action for climate justice and reasons for why we still have so much hope. Please register below.

Check out the February book list, and our Black History Month book list, and pick up a great new read at the Climate Justice Corner at the Main Library.

Climate Justice Book Club

Join us to to discuss books and ideas exploring climate justice and climate solutions.  
Our next book club meetings will be April 11, and June 13, 6-7pm at the Main Library.  Please register for more information.

The April 11 book club meeting will discuss Greta Thunberg’s passionate and inspiring messages. Her words have helped youth and people of all ages find their own voices and ways of calling for change. Her latest books is titled simply, The Climate Book, and is a message of hope through action. Register for more information and a sample of her works.