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Sustainable Me is…

This is a series with 6 x 22-minute episodes plus podcasts, YouTube clips, social media and website on living sustainability for the engaged millennial. With an eye on environmentalism, we examine a whole new way of thinking about our lives, our community and our world.

The series is produced by Company of Women on the Screen in partnership with The Edmonton Permaculture Guild. It was made possible by funding from the Telus Opik fund and the Alberta Community Initiatives Program.

The Vision…

The movement of sustainability driven, ecologically minded young people is thriving and growing, and we are hoping our series will become a resource to anyone looking towards making meaningful change in their lives. Through the eyes of a young female host narrator.

Harry Ainley graduate who is inspired by his former teacher to become mindful of energy use.

Harry Ainley graduate who is inspired by his former teacher to become mindful of energy use.

Kieran Ryan is the co-founder of Pogo, the Edmonton car share service.

Kieran Ryan is the co-founder of Pogo, the Edmonton car share service.

Coreen Shewfelt is the manager of BikeWorks in Edmonton, who encourages biking through community bonding.

Coreen Shewfelt is the manager of BikeWorks in Edmonton, who encourages biking through community bonding.

The Journey…

Sustainable Me explores what young people in Edmonton are doing in the fields of food, living spaces, consumerism, transportation, water and ethics. Meet a number of young entrepreneurs, risk takers, and educators who challenge us to explore preexisting ways of thinking and make our own organic changes to how we live.

Our host takes us to see some examples of long-range thinking, sustainable practices, inclusiveness, accessibility, sharing, trading and working off the grid.

Jordan Wilson from the Edmonton Permaculture Guild provides talks about different ways we can be sustainable.

Jordan Wilson from the Edmonton Permaculture Guild provides talks about different ways we can be sustainable.

Jocelyn Crocker is a beekeeper from Edmonton who is passionate about food sustainability.

Jocelyn Crocker is a beekeeper from Edmonton who is passionate about food sustainability.

The Dialogue…

We invite you to tour through our website, view the episodes, join us on Twitter, Facebook and Instagram and join the conversation, and the movement towards a greater community of sustainability.

We look forward to hearing from you!

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