On Sunday, August 1, the entire New York Times Magazine was composed of just one article on a single subject: the failure to confront the global climate crisis in the 1980s.
We're about to get a taste of what to expect if we fail to take every measure possible to slow and eventually halt human-caused climate disruption.
The majority of this week’s roundup revolves around the Trudeau government’s failure to deliver on many of its progressive promises -- and the hollowness of those promises in the first place.
The choices we make over the next decade will determine our future. We've already locked into substantial warming and are seeing the consequences, but it's not yet too late to change course.
Why is Guelph is joining in solidarity with communities across the country and around the world to demand real climate leadership? For the same reasons your community should be, too.
We can't sit around waiting for Trudeau to change his tune on reconciliation and climate change. He's not interested in a politics of liberation, of real material change. His is a politics of fashion.
In an open letter to Doug Ford, the premier of Ontario, and Rod Phillips, the Minister of Environment, coalition members are demanding the government replace the ex-government's climate change program
Many experts argue that energy efficiency could play a major role in reducing greenhouse gas emissions, especially in industrial nations like Canada and the U.S., where we tend to waste a lot.
Most of Canada's fossil-fuelled energy policies are on a collision course with reconciliation. Shifting to renewable energy would be a win for the environment, climate, economy, and Indigenous rights.
Talking Radical Radio
Director Kai Reimer-Watts talks about 'Beyond Crisis', a documentary film that calls us to take action on climate change.