One of the most important things individuals can do to combat climate change is to use alternatives to cars for frequent, shorter trips. Let's weigh the benefits and risks of active transportation.
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Why is talk of not building new pipelines and leaving fossil fuels in the ground now so divisive? We've made our commitment at the Paris climate talks -- now let's honour it.
Is the Liberal government prepared to meet its climate promises or have they over-promised themselves and will be unable to deliver?
Christy Clark's government has no money for alternative energy, climate adaptation or food security but plenty of dollars to invest in projects that will increase our greenhouse gas emissions.
Batteries and other energy storage methods, along with power-grid improvements, make renewables competitive with fossil fuels and nuclear power -- and often more reliable, efficient and affordable.
Today's vegans and vegetarians are increasingly making positive connections between food and the environment. Can eating less meat help limit damage to the planet?
It appears that the Canadian Environmental Assessment Agency could issue a report on the proposed Pacific NorthWest LNG terminal this month and announce a decision as early as February.
Next to the triumphs of Paris climate diplomacy must be set the tragedy of the military-industrial complex model of development that prevails and drives economies in wealthier nations.
At COP21 in Paris, the issues identified 43 years ago in Sweden still require action. The underlying question remains: how should people live together on this shared planet?
The report makes sensible recommendations that, once implemented, will make significant impacts on Alberta's greenhouse gas emissions and provide real solutions.