The planet is drowning in denial. Climate change is real, and needs to be addressed.
Climate Change Deniers
Dennis Gruending looks back at his 21 blog posts on rabble in 2016, and talks about what he got right and what he got wrong.
A recent column in the Sun newspaper chain shows that climate change deniers are still at it, both in Canada and south of the border.
As world leaders prepare for the December UN climate meeting in Paris, Canadians must impress upon all those who hope to govern us after October 19 the importance of making a positive contribution.
We don't have to choose between the economy and the environment. On July 5, I will join others in Toronto to demand a justice-based transition to a new energy economy from our political leaders.
Plunging oil prices mean industry is putting the brakes on oilsands expansion -- bad news for businesses in Fort McMurray and those heavily invested in the industry but good news for the planet.
Climate change deniers may unwittingly do us a favour if they shift our thinking away from average weather, global warming and climate change to the broader concept of a high-energy world.
As the IPCC releases its fifth major review of global climate change science, the deniers are in full attack mode, with help from their friends in the media. We must heed the scientists.
Climate change denier Dr. Qing-Bin Lu is the latest darling of anti-science media. Elizabeth May shows why the latest fad in denialism is just bunk.
The science behind human-caused global warming is overwhelming, and consensus among climate scientists is close to unanimous. But that's not enough to stop the deniers.