7 more Pledges made this week!

From hiking mountains,visual art displays to changing banks, this weeks pledges are awesome!

Our Pledges and efforts will make a difference. CHECK THEM OUT

Please share these Pledges with your friends and families, and encourage them to make a Pledge for the change they want to see in the world.

 
HANNAH CAMPBELL

HANNAH CAMPBELL

ART AND ACTIVISM
Pledge: I pledge to use art as a form of activism. I will be making public art to share  humanitarian, social, and environmental subject.
Why: I am making this pledge to bring a visual reminder of important issues in to the public. I hope that by using public art the issues I will work with will reach people who might not usually be exposed to these issues. 

 
MARIE-FRANCE ROY

MARIE-FRANCE ROY

GREEN INVESTING
Pledge: To change where my funds were invested
Why: I started a small RRSP account many years ago after being told it was the smart thing to do for your future. It wasn't until a few years ago when I started wondering where my money was actually invested. They told me that most of my savings went into TransCanada Corp. as well as Enbridge Inc. and similar companies. I I had been supporting something I am totally against for so many years! I made sure to change where my funds were invested.

 
ERIC BEHN

ERIC BEHN

EARN MY TURNS
Pledge: Access 100% of any snowboarding beyond the chairlift by splitboard. Heli's, snowcats, and snowmobiles are contributing to climate change that is melting our snow. Lets all earn our turns and enjoy the beauty beyond the deep pow.
Why: There is enough carbon emissions being pushed out of our cars, planes and trains. I want to inspire more people to snowboard and to get out and enjoy nature.

 
SUZANNE FISHER

SUZANNE FISHER

SUSTAINABLE ALTERNATIVES
Pledge:
Share my research and educate others through Forever Shred, a personal blog on the use and alternatives of sustainable and low environmental impact processes in the snowboarding community.
Why: To bring awareness to environmentally friendly alternatives, highlight stewardship efforts, and encourage consumer education.

 
STEFAN GAGNIER RUCKERT

STEFAN GAGNIER RUCKERT

GREEN INVESTING
Pledge: To change where my funds were invested
Why: I started a small RRSP account many years ago after being told it was the smart thing to do for your future. It wasn't until a few years ago when I started wondering where my money was actually invested. They told me that most of my savings went into TransCanada Corp. as well as Enbridge Inc. and similar companies. I I had been supporting something I am totally against for so many years! I made sure to change where my funds were invested. 

 
ANDREW MATTHEWS

ANDREW MATTHEWS

BUYING ORGANIC AND LOCAL
Pledge: to buy organic and local vegetables as much as possible!
Why: By supporting organic food I will be eliminating pesticides that typically go into vegetables. These can toxic chemicals can affect the whole food chain and our water supply. Buying local reduces the carbon emissions used to transport food. That, and it just tastes better!

 
JEN MCGOLDRICK

JEN MCGOLDRICK

REDUCE, REUSE, RECYCLE
Pledge: I pledge to live by the Three "R's" and find ways to reduce my waste by refusing to buy things that I do not really need or that have excessive packaging. Instead opting to find sources that can be reused and recycled.
Why: Small Changes can make big impacts. By focusing on the little things we are really impacting a bigger pictures.