In the face of climate change -- and the reduced emissions important to corralling rising temperatures -- train is the one mode of transportation that has a future.
Transportation accounts for about 14 per cent of global emissions and is now the largest source of CO2 emissions in the U.S., mostly from cars and trucks.
World Water Day on March 22 reminds us that as the human population continues to grow, putting greater demand on all resources, and as climate change exacerbates drought, we can't be complacent.
Community-led renewable energy projects provide a way for people to become active producers of energy rather than just passive ratepayers or consumers.
Skepticism and rational debate are healthy. Logical fallacies, misinformation and lies designed to support destructive industries by duping the gullible and muddying the waters are unconscionable.
David Taub Bancroft
Simply put: now is not the time to be building new pipelines.
Extracting, processing, selling and transporting polluting, climate-altering fossil fuels isn't the best way to ensure economic prosperity.
Talking Radical Radio
Nathalie Chalifour and Angela Lee talk about what environmental justice is, and why environmentalism can't be separated from issues of race, class and other issues of social justice.
Like Norway, NYC divests from oil stock and also sues five oil companies for damages.
In Canada, large-scale projects such as Site C in B.C. and Muskrat Falls in Labrador run counter to our commitments to combat climate change and respect Indigenous Peoples' rights.