Beautiful, jasmine-scented coffee flowers in celebration of Mother’s (Earth) Day. Good, green coffee thrives naturally in biodiverse forests.
“Korean food is regarded as a genuine slow food”. This is how Chef SungSook Han opened the evening with a little food for thought …
The next Global Climate March is tomorrow, and we’re teaming up with Extinction Rebellion Toronto to collect your signs in order to showcase them and give new life to the messages! Where to Donate/Recycle Signs: After the March (November 29th; 2-4pm): Drop-off at Extinction Rebellion Toronto marked booth at the North-West corner of College St. and University Ave. OR Anytime by December 4th: Drop-off at Restoration Cafe, anytime during our hours of operation.*Restoration Cafe will continue to collect signs after Dec. 4th (for future art installations). How Are we Planning to Reuse the Signs? An installAction that will be BIG and will be seen by all those entering the Downtown core via the Don Valley Parkway. Stay tuned for more action! And visit Fridays For Future for info about your local Global Climate March!
Greta Thunberg, 16, is perhaps the most prominent voice in the climate and environment crisis movement today. She started the Fridays for Future school-strike in 2018, leaving class every Friday to sit in front of the Swedish Parliament, striking for climate action:
We don’t often think of coffee as a food, and yet it is the roasted seed of a cherry; the first thing many of us consume each morning. It’s also—quite often—the last flavour to finish off a celebratory, multi-course meal.
At first it might appear all negative, but people all over the world are actively working on solutions and there is still time. Kim Robinson of Sierra Magazine analyzes the drastic changes taking place in our “Anthropocene” as well as some of the top-debated solutions for putting a halt to the global temperature rise.