As climate change continues to grow and impact our world, so does the response from activists across the world. Climate justice activists take many forms and employ many strategies to effect change in policy of or public opinion on greenhouse gas emissions. Through York University's Academic Innovation Fund dedicated to creating open source, publicly available course content, we've created 6 video segments interviewing grassroots climate justice activists from Toronto, a city with many climate justice organizations and efforts. Here we chat with Christopher Lortie, an ecologist and professor at York University, and Malory Owen, an ecologist and climate justice activist who interviewed climate justice activists in the previous segments. We'll touch on similarities and differences between all the interviewees as well as how we can take what we've learned into our daily lives.