Climate Change

19/10/18
Author: 
Barry Gerding
Information booth on recreational boating survey impact on Kalamalka and Wood Lakes was one of the exhibits at the Environmental Flow Needs water management conference in Kelowna this week. Photo: Barry Gerding/Black Press

Fisheries scientist says ‘extraordinary challenges’ in water management lie ahead

Oct. 18, 2018

19/10/18
Author: 
International Transport Workers Union

During the San Francisco Global Climate Action Summit, the International Transport Workers’ Federation (ITF) announced its support for a declaration to create zero-emissions cities by 2030.

According to the ITF’s General Secretary Stephen Cotton, “The ITF and its affiliates are ready to support the declaration in real and tangible ways. We recognise that if we act now and act together, dangerous climate change can be averted. That’s why the ITF is here at GCAS making the case for massively expanding public transport now.”

16/10/18
Author: 
Althia Raj

A new UN report must serve as a wake-up call, MPs say.

Green Party leader Elizabeth May speaks in the House of Commons on March 2, 2018.
JUSTIN TANG/THE CANADIAN PRESS
13/10/18
Author: 
Oil Change International

Tell G20 Leaders: Gas Is Not A Bridge Fuel

 

Your letter will be delivered to key G20 ministers from Argentina, Canada, the European Union, France, Germany, Italy, and the United Kingdom:

Dear G20 leaders:

13/10/18
Author: 
Stephen Leahy

In explaining Canada's decision to nationalise the controversial Trans Mountain pipeline for $4.5bn, Bill Morneau went hard on the economic argument. “Make no mistake,” the finance minister said. “This is an investment in Canada’s future.”

In fact, since 1999, more than $200bn has been invested into the Alberta oil sands for that future. But what if that cash had gone into wind energy instead?

Let’s compare.

12/10/18
Author: 
David Wallace-Wells

Just two years ago, amid global fanfare, the Paris climate accords were signed — initiating what seemed, for a brief moment, like the beginning of a planet-saving movement. But almost immediately, the international goal it established of limiting global warming to two degrees Celsius began to seem, to many of the world’s most vulnerable, dramatically

12/10/18
Author: 
David Wallace-Wells

Just two years ago, amid global fanfare, the Paris climate accords were signed — initiating what seemed, for a brief moment, like the beginning of a planet-saving movement. But almost immediately, the international goal it established of limiting global warming to two degrees Celsius began to seem, to many of the world’s most vulnerable, dramatically

12/10/18
Author: 
Madeline ffitch
Theresa Minor Terry in a tree-sit on her family's land. Heather Rousseau/The Roanoke Times via AP

From Appalachia to Louisiana, mostly ignored by the media, activists have been putting themselves in the path of bulldozers.

“What Do I Need to Know?”

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