While many U.S. states and Ontario are working to ban microbeads, Canada’s federal government has yet to make a move.
This video explores how the addition of carbon dioxide to the atmosphere by human beings, has upset a natural balance between ocean, land and atmosphere that has been in place for thousands of years.
Media release from the David Suzuki Foundation: February 20, 2009 – While the B.C. government reaffirmed its commitment to tackling climate change, the David Suzuki Foundation is calling the 2009 B.C. budget a “missed opportunity to strongly position the province in the emerging green economy.” “The 2009 B.C. budget sustains the core of province’s climate […]
Media release from the David Suzuki Foundation: February 22, 2009 – The Ontario Government is expected to introduce a Green Energy Act to the provincial legislature on February 23rd. The David Suzuki Foundation is one of many organizations that have called on the government to pass a Green Energy Act that would make Ontario a […]
Alberta’s oil sands are taking a hit from new U.S. energy legislation passed last month that has an unusual wrinkle suggesting that Canadian crude might be too dirty for the U.S. government. The legislation won’t allow any U.S. federal agencies to buy vehicle fuel derived from non-conventional sources unless the life cycle of its greenhouse-gas […]
Frustrated by Canada’s stalling as the climate change negotiations head into their final hours in Bali? Then join a movement to let political leaders know you are worried about global warming and willing to do your part. Turn off your lights and electrical appliances for one hour one evening in March. It’s called Earth Hour […]
The B.C. government is expected to unveil legislation today formally outlining its ambitious climate-change agenda, setting into law the targets for reducing greenhouse-gas emissions in the years 2020 and 2050. Meanwhile, one of the first concrete measures in Premier Gordon Campbell’s war on global warming was unveiled yesterday, a plan to shrink the government’s own […]
British Columbia’s premier will present a green agenda as part of Tuesday’s throne speech, which will include a plan to reduce greenhouse emissions with set targets. Read on…
In a surprising about-face, the Inter-American Commission on Human Rights has decided it will hold a hearing to determine whether climate change is a human rights violation. Read on…