Podcast
Eastern arm of Burrard Inlet from Burnaby Mountain. Image: Vranak/Wikimedia
Scott Neigh | Will George, a member of the Tsleil-Waututh Nation, talks about his involvement in grassroots opposition to the Trans Mountain tar sands pipeline expansion project.
Podcast
Image: Mariah Barnaby-Norris of Kobot, used with permission of Just Powers.
Scott Neigh | Professor Sheena Wilson of the University of Alberta talks about the political implications of energy systems, about the Just Powers project, and about what movements can learn from her work.
Blog
Image: Pxfuel
Brent Patterson | At rabble, you can come not only to read the stories from the frontlines of change, but also to connect with like-minded readers across the country.
Podcast
The youth climate strike in Canada. Image: Used with permission of Sustainabiliteens Vancouver.
Scott Neigh | Emma Lim and Rebecca Hamilton talk about Climate Strike Canada and the local and national organizing that is building the youth climate strike movement.
Blog
A large stack from the Sault Paper Mill. Photo: Billy Wilson/Flickr
Bronwen Tucker | The most important thing to remember is it's still within our reach to avoid most of the future impacts the report describes. We have the solutions.
Blog
Dry, cracked ground. Photo: Trenna S/Flickr
Emma Lui | Many regions across provinces and territories, which are on the traditional territories of Indigenous peoples, have issued drought warnings.
Podcast
Environmental justice and the law in Canada
Scott Neigh | Nathalie Chalifour and Angela Lee talk about what environmental justice is, and why environmentalism can't be separated from issues of race, class and other issues of social justice.
Blog
Photo: Kate Ausburn/Flickr
Ben Parfitt | Such an inquiry should not be limited to scientific questions, but should focus squarely on the risks associated with fracking and what should be done about them.
Blog
Photo: SumOfUs/Flickr
David Suzuki | Each of us has a responsibility to change the way we live to minimize our carbon footprint, but we need the folks we elect to step up and restore our confidence.
Blog
System Change, Not Climate Change sign. Photo: Joe Brusky/flickr
Brad Hornick | For ecosocialists, ecological alternatives are not possible within the framework of capitalism, so socialist demands must be articulated alongside transitional concrete ecological demands and reforms.
Blog
Lyn Adamson | For the first time ever Toronto City Council has designated funds to combat climate change, but TransformTO is up against the city's austerity approach, calling for cuts across the board.
Columnists
Matthew Behrens | Those who wish to honour and preserve life on the planet are up against government and private sector players who view actions to protect the land, air and water as terrorist acts.