A new poll finds that 70% of Canadians want an oil and gas emissions cap that will ensure industry takes on its fair share of climate action. In its consultation paper, our government invites Canadians to provide feedback on...
The September 23 global climate strike will arguably be the mother-of-all climate strikes. Not because of the number of people who will take to the streets but because the worsening impacts of extreme weather around the world demand it. Mother-of-All...
It's time for a Big Oil reality check. In its most recent report, Oil Change International (OIC) exposes once again the fossil fuel sector's wretched failure to address climate change. Big Oil Reality Check shows how major U.S. and...
"Humans are adapting to climate change, but it’s not even close to enough — and what little is being done becomes less effective as temperatures rise," writes Huffington Post.  Adaptation has its limits, both hard—no adaptive actions possible—and soft—options...
You don't need to be a scientist or climatologist to know something is not right. You just need to look out your window or look up. And yet, millions still won't see the warning signs. Why is climate denial...
“The world’s hugely encouraging clean energy momentum is running up against the stubborn incumbency of fossil fuels in our energy systems,” says Fatih Birol, executive director of the International Energy Agency. And nothing says status quo more than the...
Climate justice has evolved from the idea that the responsibility for climate change should lie with the world's worst climate offenders—the wealthy and the powerful. And yet the poorest and the most vulnerable are disproportionally impacted by global warming. (This...
The latest IPCC climate change report is “code red for humanity” says UN Secretary General. The sobering report “shines a harsh spotlight on governments dithering in the face of mounting evidence that climate change is an existential threat,” according...
More people die every year from fossil fuel pollution—a problem that receives little attention—than have died from COVID since the outbreak in early 2020. According to new research, 8.7 million died prematurely in 2018—more than 18% of the entire...
Last week, in a 6-3 decision, the Supreme Court of Canada ruled that the federal government has the right to impose minimum carbon-pricing standards on the provinces—more specifically Saskatchewan, Ontario, and Alberta—that challenged the constitutionality of the Greenhouse Gas...