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Climate change activists push for action after Typhoon Haiyan

Climate change activists push for action after Typhoon Haiyan

Vigils in solidarity with climate change victims are held in Ottawa and other cities around the world, as UN climate talks wrap up.

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Power Summer Prairie, July 15 – 17

Power Summer Prairie, July 15 – 17

Power Summer Prairie is a 3 day training camp for young people from across the Prairies concerned about climate change and other environmental issues.

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New CCC publication: Climate vs. Weather

New CCC publication: Climate vs. Weather

Despite the planet’s warming climate, recently it has been rather cold in southern Manitoba. People often assume that just because the weather is now frigid, or since we had a relatively cool summer, that global warming is definitely not a problem anymore. Climate Change Connection has created a new pamphlet Hot Topic: Climate vs. Weather to address this issue by clearly distinguishing the difference between weather and climate.

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New Brunswick Climate Action Fund (ecoTrust)

New Brunswick Climate Action Fund (ecoTrust)

The Government of New Brunswick has laid out a plan for addressing climate change, called the New Brunswick Climate Change Action Plan.

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Read the writing on the wall

Read the writing on the wall

A few weeks ago, I did some junk science ? as the Bush/Harper people used to call studies about global warming. Rick Salutin’s take on global warming…

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Landmark UN study backs climate theory

Landmark UN study backs climate theory

2,000 scientists all but end the debate: Human activity causes global warming. Read full article…

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Minister Baird: Provide Canadians with a Strong, Credible Response to Climate Change

Minister Baird: Provide Canadians with a Strong, Credible Response to Climate Change

Climate Action Network Canada/R?seau action climat Canada (CAN-RAC) today calls on Canada?s Environment Minister John Baird to provide Canadians with a strong, credible response to climate change.

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Droughts may set off exodus

Droughts may set off exodus

West told to prepare for influx of people escaping environmental catastrophes.

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Olympic skiers play it cool with Suzuki

Olympic skiers play it cool with Suzuki

Two of Canada?s leading winter athletes are fighting global warming by joining the David Suzuki Foundation to play it cool.

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UN climate conference opens in Nairobi

UN climate conference opens in Nairobi

Facing rising temperatures and flagging efforts to control greenhouse gases, thousands of delegates from around the world opened a UN conference Monday on next steps to ward off the worst effects of climate change.

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