While the rest of the world is pondering the implications of a rapidly changing climate and how to mitigate it, Canadian authorities are refusing to even listen.
I don’t accept this new culture of defeat; of cut-and-run politics.Climate change is the most pressing issue facing humanity. It’s time to roll up our sleeves and get to work.
In Alberta, tailings ponds would be breached and the toxic waters would overflow the Athabasca River and carry the pollutants up into the north to exit into the Arctic Ocean.
Plans for an LNG export industry need to be seriously rethought in light of carbon budgeting.
Fifty eight organizations, led by the Sierra Club and ForestEthics, released an open letter demanding that companies take climate action.
President Obama denied the ‘deniers’ and inspired Americans and people around the world to address the most urgent crisis of our day.
Within the last few weeks, cyclonic activity has returned and once again caused substantial thinning and weakening of the sea ice near the North Pole.
Registered Professional Planner Eric Doherty takes on the task of answering the book lounge's questions about the climate crisis, public transit and what Canadian can do to help.
The Arctic region of our planet acts as a climatic air conditioner, and the air conditioner is conking out. We have a problem Houston.
The 40 000 people who rallied in Washington DC to encourage President Obama to reject the Keystone XL pipeline have got me thinking about where the tar sands movement has "come from."