Climate Change

Blog
Apr 15, 2013
Photo: Carlos Castillo / flickr

Canada goes rogue against the environment

Elizabeth May
The rumours in Ottawa is that all our multilateral commitments are under review. I have heard well-connected folks express fear that we may withdraw from the United Nations Environment Programme.
Podcast
Apr 10, 2013

Climate-justice organizing with an anti-colonial focus

Talking Radical Radio
Teresa Diewart of Rising Tide Vancouver/Coast Salish Territories talks about her group's emphasis on movement-building, direct action, and support of indigenous struggles as it opposes climate change.
Blog
Apr 9, 2013

Muzzling scientists is an assault on democracy

David Suzuki
Science and open discussion are crucial to the decisions we must make about resource development, the economy and the environment. Stifling debate is anti-democratic and counter-productive.
Blog
Apr 8, 2013
Photo: 350.org/Flickr

Climate justice and B.C.'s political moment

Marc Lee
B.C.'s 2013 election comes at an important moment in history. Worldwide, extreme weather events are making a powerful statement that climate change can no longer be denied.
Blog
Apr 3, 2013

Desertification is too important for Canada to ignore

David Suzuki
When Canada became the only country to abandon the UN Desertification Convention, it didn't just further isolate itself on the world stage; it also showed a disregard for the risks of drought at home.

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