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Oct 18, 2018

Who owns the energy industry?

David J. Climenhaga
Fossil fuel industry decision makers lean toward a business-as-usual approach to get full value out of their corporate investments, a study of the sector's highly concentrated financial ties suggests.
Blog
Oct 7, 2018
Preston Manning, then the godfather of the Canadian right, at the 2013 Manning Conference

How carbon tax became Canada's Obamacare

David J. Climenhaga
"Putting a price on carbon" was always going to be unpopular with people who use fossil fuels out of necessity and for fun -- viz., Canadians, with their furnaces, SUVs and snowmobiles.
Podcast
Sep 20, 2018
Forest fire in Yosemite National Park

The domino effect and climate change

rabble radio
Catastrophic climate change is a domino effect, according to scientist Will Steffen. Good news .. the dominoes haven’t started falling yet. But they will if we stay on the current path.
Columnists
Sep 19, 2018
Sign at Hambach Forest occuption site. Photo: Hambi Info/Flickr

Squatting trees to stop a coal mine

The occupation of numerous old growth trees in the Hambach Forest provides an inspiring example of grassroots resistance to the coal industry that we can apply to struggles in this country.
Blog
Sep 18, 2018

The way to storm safety is the way to a brighter future

David Suzuki
The notion that storms and other weather events will follow predictable historical patterns is being shattered by record climate-related storms, droughts, floods and heat waves worldwide.
Blog
Sep 7, 2018
Photo: Almigdad Mojalli (VOA)/ Wikimedia Commons

As peace talks falter, crisis in Yemen deepens

Brent Patterson
What is the Canadian government's role in the war in Yemen and how did climate change and water scarcity exacerbate the tensions that led to the conflict?

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