Don't Normalize Hate tells the story of an 89 year old woman of Japanese heritage whose family was put in an internment camp during World War Two. Except it's not really an 89 year old woman of Japanese descent.
This is an ad I can get behind. Ontario, Canada is known for its wine. Especially its dessert ice wine. But if climate change has its way, those great vineyards might disappear. Enter the concerned couple who are making their own wine at home.
With climate change we could see stronger storms and more basements flooding. Which means the end of man caves as we know them. (Is that a bad thing?) Luckily this guy is prepared with cinder blocks to protect his stuff.
Nice dry humor here. (Pun!) Climate change might destroy the lakes and rivers and streams, which would mean fewer fishing stories, like this man's story about the time he actually caught a fish. Love it. The mights and coulds and possibly are heavy in this one.
As Ontario continues a great ski season in terms of snowfall, this spot from Ongov images what might happen if climate change alters the environment. One would have to be prepared for snow all the time, just in case, straight down to the hot chocolate and marshmallows.
Love almost everything about this spot which explains in a very simple and humorous way the economic impacts that climate change could have on Ontario. No snow means fewer jobs, including for shoveling.
The Ontario Government's Ministry of the Environment and Climate Change wand to help put climate change into context, as the effects of climate change could change the agriculture of Ontario. Meaning, no more pizza topping because they won't be able to grow the vegetables.
If you ever wondered what a Syrian Christmas would look like, now you know. While you celebrate Christmas this weekend, please take a moment to remember the Red Cross. Since the Syrian conflict began six years ago, over fifty of them have been killed.