We have a new federal government, a new tone around First Nations and the environment. But when it comes to concrete action on lowering emissions and respecting land rights, much remains the same.
Conferences often times fall down the slippery slope of achieving nothing. Let's change the game.
The consequences of unaddressed climate change could make the world a place that is not very habitable for humans, a place where human civilization has collapsed, within this century.
This new study shows that Canada cannot meet its global climate commitments while at the same time ramping up oil and gas extraction and building new export pipelines.
The Marxism conference in Toronto featured the keynote panel Climate Justice Now! including Indigenous activist Myeengun Henry, oil sands worker Ken Smith, and climate justice activist Jesse McLaren.
The Leap Manifesto presents a transformative political vision to address the defining social, economic, political and environmental issues of our times. Why have some critics failed to understand it?
PowerShift Alberta takes place this weekend in Edmonton and will bring together over 500 people to discuss climate justice in Canada and launch two fossil fuel divestment campaigns.
Every four years we add a day to our calendars to bring them into sync with the earth's revolution around the sun -- because it's easier to change our human systems than to change the laws of nature.
The Council of Canadians, Friends of the Earth Europe, and eleven other groups based around the world have released a new 8-page paper titled Oil Corporations Vs. Climate. Read it here.
This is a leap year, and February 29 is Leap Day. To celebrate, the Leap Manifesto is being re-launched on Leap Day with a special announcement by CUPW.