Climate Change

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Mar 20, 2019

Cities hold the key to reversing bee decline

David Suzuki
Our rapid shift away from rural life has disturbed habitats and food supplies for bees, but new research says cities could hold the key to their survival.
Blog
Mar 13, 2019

Government should heed Unist'ot'en message

David Suzuki
In fighting to protect the land and water and exert traditional values and priorities, the Unist'ot'en pipeline opposition is at the forefront of a fight for all people in Canada.
Blog
Mar 12, 2019

Making the energy transition in a decade

Penney Kome
We have 12 years to curb climate breakdown. Experts supplied the science. Now youth and the increasingly militant climate justice movement are keeping up the pressure.
Blog
Mar 7, 2019

What is a 'made in Canada' Green New Deal?

Cam Fenton
Aurore Fauret
Atiya Jaffar
Clayton Thomas-Muller
Katie Perfitt
Jennifer Deol
Emma Jackson
A Green New Deal for Canada must work in service of real reconciliation with Indigenous peoples while enshrining dignity, justice, and equity for all.
Blog
Mar 6, 2019

Carbon, climate, and corruption coalesce in concrete

David Suzuki
As a major Quebec-based employer with its hand in some of the country's largest infrastructure projects, SNC-Lavalin is seen by provincial and federal governments as too important to fail.
Blog
Mar 5, 2019
Twitter photo by Tim McSorley.

War is not the way to climate justice

Brent Patterson
We need to move from war to renewables to avoid climate breakdown. The upcoming CANSEC arms trade show in Ottawa takes us in the wrong direction.
Blog
Mar 1, 2019
Photo: niekverlaan/Pixabay

The art and magic of the non-reformist reform

John Foran
The Green New Deal offers us an opportunity to radicalize youth -- and the climate justice movement more broadly -- to consider ecosocialism, and system change not climate change.

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