A collection of stories that offers a comprehensive look at where Canada currently stands, what could be done to address the issue and what the consequences might be if this country continues with half measures. Source: The climate crisis: These are Canada’s worst-case scenarios – Macleans.ca
The strategy calls for a coordinated climate policy in Inuit Nunangat and will receive $1-million from the federal government Source: Inuit Tapiriit Kanatami announce first ever Inuit-led climate strategy | Canadian Geographic Advertisements
New report offers the first independent assessment of BC’s Climate Leadership Plan after the federal government’s recently announced carbon price schedule.
Environmental Commissioner of Ontario praises the new climate law, but warns of tough road ahead.
As a new report highlights solar’s potential in the Arctic, northern communities are looking for renewable alternatives to fossil fuels.
Community groups call on federal Minister of Environment and Climate Change to require environmental assessments of oil-by-rail terminals.
While Alberta, Ontario and Quebec move forward, BC’s carbon emissions are rising.
Case against Fraser Surrey Docks coal port needs its day in court, local groups say.
In an open letter to BC Premier Christy Clark, businesses and conservation groups argue that reducing carbon will benefit the economy.
An environmental assessment report released by the federal government reveals extensive climate impacts from the Pacific NorthWest LNG terminal.
Join us at CSI Spadina on Wednesday March 9th from 8:00-9:00 AM as we bring you TD Bank’s Chief Environment Officer Karen Clarke-Whistler’s perspectives on the green economy.
Legislation coming into force on January 1 allows BC’s greenhouse gas emissions from LNG to rise.
False representations from well-funded climate change deniers mislead Canadians and violate the Competition Act.
Ontario’s acting Environmental Commissioner offers some praise for the provincial government, but also warns it may be difficult to meet its climate change targets.
We may never experience the kind of deadly pollution China is struggling with, but we can do a lot to make sure our air, water and soil are as clean as possible.
Those who profit from our continued reliance on fossil fuels will do what they can to convince us to stay on their expensive, destructive road. It’s up to all of us to help change course.
Listen to the full Keystone XL pipeline debate on the CBC’s The Current. Keith Stewart is the Climate and Energy campaign coordinator for Greenpeace Canada. Ron Liepert is a Senior Advisor for the Canadian Strategy Group. He’s also Alberta’s former Energy Minister and he’s nominated to be a candidate for the Federal Conservative Party. Keith…
Julie Gelfand, Commissioner of Environment and Sustainable Development, outlines her first report in a webinar hosted by the Sustainability Network.