Andrew Nikiforuk
Robot doublespeak: digital tech keeps promising energy savings while cannibalizing energy supplies. Image via Shutterstock.

Apr. 1, 2024

“It is wholly a confusion of ideas to suppose that the economical use of fuel is equivalent to a diminished consumption. The very contrary is the truth.”
— William Stanley Jevons

João Camargo and Leonor Canadas
Demonstration organized by the far right Alternative for Germany (AfD) party

We must resist the temptation to think that "Canada is different." The analysis and strategic points below definitely apply here, provincially and federally. Organizing our power to replace profit as the goal of society with democratic social and economic planning is the task before us.

      -- Gene McGuckin

Mar. 27, 2024

Susan Shain
Hop Hopkins, WildEarth Guardians’ new executive director. Photo by WildEarth Guardians

Mar. 27, 2024

This story was originally published by High Country News and appears here as part of the Climate Desk collaboration.

Richard Fidler
bus lane photo - from

Mar. 20, 2024

Free Transit Ottawa (FTO) organized a public meeting on March 18 on the theme “Fighting Climate Change: Beyond the Carbon Tax.”

The event was cosponsored by a range of local climate-justice movements: Ecology Ottawa, Horizon Ottawa, Justice for Workers, Fridays for Future and CAWI (City for All Women Initiative).

Zoë Yunker
Sources for renewable natural gas include landfills, cow farms and wastewater. Why is FortisBC buying it in Pennsylvania? Collage for The Tyee by andrea bennett. Foreground photo via Shutterstock. Background photo via Archaea Energy.

Mar. 18, 2024

The company banks its future on a type of methane called renewable because it’s from organic waste. Does it meet the climate test? First in a series.

Thomas Fuller
Even on a gray winter’s day, the Eiffel Tower stands out from the balcony of the new Îlot Saint-Germain public housing development in the Seventh arrondissement. The apartment’s resident, Marine Vallery-Radot, is among hundreds of thousands of Parisians living in public housing.Credit...Alex Cretey-Systermans for The New York Times

Mar. 17, 2024

One quarter of residents in the French capital now live in government-owned housing, part of an aggressive effort to keep lower-income Parisians — and their businesses — in the city.

Thomas Fuller, a former European Union and Paris correspondent, returned to the French capital to interview public housing tenants and officials from Paris City Hall.

Robert Hunziker
Image by Annie Spratt.

Mar. 15,2024

Facing recently conducted an interview about spooky new developments in Greenland. The ice sheet is cascading/gushing at unheard of rates never dreamed possible at this stage of global warming, or at any stage for that matter.

Gitanyow Hereditary Chiefs
Gitanyow  totems

Mar. 14, 2024


Gitanyow Lax’yip, March 14, 2024: Premier Eby’s push for the expansion of LNG development directly contradicts his promises on climate action, exacerbating the very crisis he claims to combat. The Gitanyow Hereditary Chiefs (GHC) condemn the Premier’s hypocrisy and dismissal of their plea to assess the impacts of the Ksi Lisims LNG project thoroughly.


Subscribe to RSS - Ecology/Environment