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Aliénor Rougeot

Program Manager, Climate and Energy

Aliénor’s interest for human and environmental rights started during her childhood in the South of France, where she became vocal on topics of biodiversity loss, women’s rights, refugee rights and climate change. These interests led her to the intersectional topic of climate justice, but it was only when she moved to Canada at the age of 17 that she truly understood the need for broad and collective mobilization for climate action. This led her to co-founding and coordinating Fridays for Future Toronto while completing a degree in Economics and Public Policy at the University of Toronto. Allie’s happiness comes from being with others, and in her free time she can be found exploring Toronto’s parks and cafés with friends.

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Dec 10, 2021

No government should support the oil Industry’s request to release toxic tailings into the Athabasca River

In early December CBC published an article about tailing lakes that included  the Federal government’s…

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Nov 16, 2021

In the thick of it: Living on the frontlines of Alberta’s toxic tailings lakes

It was a Wednesday in October 2021 when I first spoke with Jean L’Hommecourt, a…

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Sep 03, 2021

When It Comes to Toxic Tailings Ponds, Industry Continues to Pass the Buck, and Alberta and the Federal Government Are Going Along With It

“I’ll clean this mess up later.” How many times have I said this about my…

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Jul 26, 2021

For this Parliamentary Session, the focus must be on Just Transition

Blog updated on November 22, 2021 As (re)elected officials head to Ottawa for a new…

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Jun 29, 2021

Three reasons you – yes, you – should care about Canada setting a stronger climate target

On a scale of 1 to 10, how excited are you for Canada’s upcoming Nationally…

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