Canadians want action on climate change. We agree that we need to do more. We know that we must quickly lower our greenhouse gas emissions (GHGs). And there is general consent that pricing carbon is the best way to...
What gives me climate hope for 2019 is the emergence of youth and women in the climate movement. They bring passion and emotional power to the forefront.
Over 50 citizens from across Canada will lobby for a liveable world on Parliament Hill October 13-16. This year's lobbying of elected officials by Citizens' Climate Lobby Canada (CCL) volunteers takes on a heightened sense of urgency. The United...
The 24 Reasons To Choose HOPE guide (from the Climate Reality Project) forms the backdrop for and is the primary resource for this article.The news about climate change is often quite grim but underneath this cloud of uncertainty and unease...
The Climate Atlas of Canada is a new resource available to all who want to be part of the climate solution. The Atlas has usable and handy tools to help us better understand what climate change is and how...
This article is one of an eleven part series on Shifting Society's Goals. The human presence has grown to where we are stretching planetary limits. It is time to find an equitable way to build physical maturity into our...
Public opinion on climate change and the need to protect our environment is shifting and politicians who ignore this issue do so at their own peril. There is a political risk with falling short on climate and the environment...
Perhaps every day needs to be Earth Day as we begin to adapt to the era of climate crisis. The earth is heating up. "We must make up our minds about it, before it makes up our minds for...
CO2 Breaches 410 PPM In my own lifetime, carbon dioxide (CO2) levels have increased from approximately 300 ppm in 1950 to 410 ppm as recorded recently at the Mauna Loa observatory in Hawaii – an astounding 36 percent rise. When...
In 1988, a soft-spoken scientist from the National Aeronautics and Space Administration testified before the US Congress. What he said shocked the world. The scientist was James Hansen, widely regarded as the preeminent climate scientist of our time. Hansen's...