Fossil Banks No Thanks is the slogan—rallying cry—for a national action day targeting Canada's five Big Banks for their role in financing the climate crisis. The event, scheduled on Friday, January 29, will expose RBC as the worst Canadian...
Millions of people around the world will remember 2020 as the year that two major crises intersected bringing us to the stark realization that our future will be changed forever. Both the COVID-19 pandemic and the unfolding climate crisis...
"Ranked among the worst-performing countries in CCPI 2020, Canada fell another three spots in this year’s index, to 58th," reports the 2020 Climate Change Performance Index. "Despite positive rhetoric from Canadian leaders, experts cite substantial discrepancies between the goals...
"The action needed is still nowhere in sight...We are speeding in the wrong direction" said Greta Thunberg in a video shared with Guardian News just before the recent UN Climate Ambition Summit during which world leaders were asked to...
The Paris Agreement is now five years old. And there's only one decade left for the signatories of the accord to achieve their 2030 emissions targets—Nationally Determined Contributions (NDCs). The economics of climate change (previously published in Yale Climate...
Evidence about the climate breakdowns is mounting daily. Climate change is no longer a slow emergency. It's happening in real time. The world is in climate crisis which will prove to be exponentially more deadly than the corona crisis....
Below2C welcomes Elaine Blacklock as its latest guest contributor. Elaine is first and foremost a practicing physician. She is also Dr. Air Care, a fictional character who in real life masquerades as a sane, rational, practicing pediatrician by the...
Have you ever stopped to think how your bank uses your money — your savings, investment certificates, retirement funds? Is your bank stepping up to the plate  to tackle the climate crisis (happening in deep time) and the corona...
Music is powerful. We are deeply impacted by the music we listen to. It can influence our moods and shape our behaviours. This is especially true for younger kids and teenagers. My grandchildren can sing every word to their...
Lenore Fahrig is a climate colleague who lives in Ottawa. She is Chancellor's Professor of Biology and co-director of the Geomatics and Landscape Ecology Research Laboratory (GLEL) at Carleton University. The post—first published in the Fahrig Lab blog—tells the...