The Appleton Foundation announces its financial support for First Nations engagement and programming in connection with the Winnipeg Art Gallery’s exhibition of INSURGENCE / RESURGENCE, which runs at the Winnipeg Art Gallery from September 2017 until April 2018.
The Appleton Foundation has assisted in the sponsorship of a Roundtable Discussion at Massey College, Toronto entitled “A Reassessment: Von Humboldt and 19th Century Liberal Philosophy”. The event is held in conjunction with Appleton Foundation’s sponsorship of the May 2015 re-release of Wilhelm von Humboldt and German Liberalism by John Roberts.
In an interview with John Lorinc at the New York Times, Barry Appleton describes the climate treaty negotiations and the climate legislation pending in the U.S. Congress (known as the “Waxman-Markey Bill”).
Appleton Foundation National Director, Barry Appleton represented the GreenApple project and attended the 2009 UN Climate Change Conference in Copenhagen, Denmark (COP 15). Mr. Appleton was able to meet with national climate change negotiators from the United States, Brazil, India, Indonesia and island nations such as Pulau, business leaders and social entrepreneurs in discussions surrounding the challenges faced due to climate change.
The Montreal Gazette focuses on the release of the GreenApple Canada 2008 SMART Transportation Ranking Report. In particular, the fact that Montreal has risen to fourth place in the 2008 Rankings, one spot above Toronto because it reduced its carbon monoxide levels and introduced alternative fuel vehicles within its municipal fleet.