Two of Canada?s leading winter athletes are fighting global warming by joining the David Suzuki Foundation to play it cool.
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.
The federal government?s new Clean Air Act will actually lead to increased pollution, according to the David Suzuki Foundation.
The proposed Clean Air Act at best contributes little to reducing air pollution and greenhouse gas emissions, and at worst … Continue reading No Clean Air Act, yet
As the federal government rolls out its clean air and climate change package, Environmental Defence and the Canadian Environmental Law … Continue reading Greenhouse Gas Emitters Exposed
Greenhouse gas emissions will be allowed to grow under the Conservative environmental plan, but at a slower pace, Environment Minister … Continue reading Emissions to rise in short term ? but slowly, Ambrose says
Prime Minister Stephen Harper said Tuesday that greenhouse-gas targets in the federal government’s new environmental policy will be ?intensity-based,? a … Continue reading PM plans ‘intensity’ alternative to Kyoto
The Canadian Climate Coalition, a nation-wide network of groups working on climate action, sent a questionnaire to all five major … Continue reading Canadian Climate Coalition denounces Conservative Party for ducking the issues