Canadians explaining what they are doing to fight Climate Change at the EcoFair booth.
CATHERINE MCKENNA (Minister of Environment and Climate Change Canada): Please tweet out your climate ideas. I'm actually responding on some new cool app on Twitter where I can respond to your tweet directly through a video, and that sounds very boring, but it's way cooler if you can see it. The hashtag is #CANClimateAction.
Also please go to our website. It's canada.ca/climateaction where you can feed your comments, where you can download Town Hall kits.
UNIDENTIFIED MALE SPEAKER: What I’m doing for climate change is essentially trying to buy more locally. As well, sourcing… buy products that are sourced from producers who are a bit more environmentally friendly.
UNIDENTIFIED MALE SPEAKER: This is my major form of transportation, the bicycle. And, you know, really trying to make sure that people understand that cycling is a great way to travel, and professionally making sure that people have safe infrastructure to encourage others to cycle as well.
UNIDENTIFIED FEMALE SPEAKER: I’ll walk to the school because it’s a good way to serve… to save energy because it’s better to… it’s better to just drive a car. So I think it’s important to just do the little things in our daily life. It can make a big change.