Ken Christenson

Author's posts


We are promoting the idea of Friday POP-UP STRIKES. Bring a sign out to the end of your driveway from 11:30 – 12:30 this Friday so passers-by can see that Climate Change is an issue that’s not going away, that in fact the Covid-19 response is teaching us the true meaning of “Emergency” and WE …

Continue reading

Message from a Virus: NATURE IS RETURNING! We Help One Another is so Many Ways when we Reduce our Footprint

Wildlife is returning to the canals of Venus as tourism scales back in this pandemic. The skies are clearing in Beijing. It’s not that the pandemic isn’t taking a tragic toll on many individuals, and on the capacity of medical systems; it’s that we are getting a taste of what Climate Change disruption will be …

Continue reading

FRIDAY WEEK 50 — We’re still here! Join this morning 11:30 -12:30. Hear about Terry’s release and pick up by Suzuki Foundation elders. Get up to date on Wet’suwet’en action.

CAPS Friday Action-Week 49

This Friday we will meet at the MPP constituency office on James St. 11:30 – 12:30 pm as usual, but we will have a focus on Solidarity with Wet’suwet’en defenders. If enough people show up, we will march up to Scott Aitchison’s new MP office on Sequin St. which is the proper place to take …

Continue reading


Data-to-Action Paradigm vs Civic Engagement Paradigm An article by Samantha Jo Fried, in the Jan-Feb 2020 issue of American Scientist, explores the advantages for Climate Action groups of moving from a data-to-action approach (which assumes people will take action if scientists feed them good data) to a civic engagement approach (which recognizes that people are …

Continue reading


Do you think we should be using this logo instead of the present one, which is similar to the one used by Climate Action Canada?

DINE WITH CAPS at MARY STREET CENTRE! Feb 1, from 6:00-7:30

Chili Dinner is free! Donations to Terry Christenson’s GoFundMe legal campaign are welcome. A short video of Terry’s arrest will be shown (beginning with his climb over a 10′ barbed-wire fence onto Kinder Morgan tank farm); Terry’s brother Ken will perform one of Terry’s songs; then there will be a panel-discussion on the question: “Are …

Continue reading


Updated Jan. 19 open link here:


[PLEASE NOTE: THIS DOCUMENT HAS BEEN CONDENSED TO ONE HALF OF ITS ORIGINAL LENGTH FOR PERFORMANCE PURPOSES BY CLIMATE ACTION PARRY SOUND] If words make worlds, then we urgently need to tell a new story about the climate crisis. Here is one vision of what it could look and feel like to radically, collectively take …

Continue reading


The Climate Change Performance Index 2020