Blog
Brad Hornick | Trudeau vs. Harper -- don't get fooled again, carbon pricing not enough to tackle climate change.
Book Review
various | Inuit Elders from across the Canadian Arctic share their observations on vegetation changes, thawing permafrost, changing wildlife patterns, and other transformations.
Podcast
Veganism, Nuance and Climate Activism
Daryn Caister | In the last few years, there has been a surge in folks calling themselves "climate vegans." This has led to as much "bad blood" between the vegans and climate activists as not. We discuss.
Podcast
Corporations, Governments and You
Daryn Caister | We draw a narrative from a selection of news to discuss the cultural practices, who has power and why, and the rampant double standards that exist in our current system.
Podcast
Politics With Courage and Life Without Plastic
Daryn Caister | Justin Trudeau is better than Stephen Harper, but is it enough to save us from climate change? Kevin O'Leary is put on notice by hosts, and Clark Barr talks about life without plastic.
Podcast
Seven reasons Rick Mercer got Energy East wrong
Daryn Caister | Rick Mercer upset tons of people this week by doing a rant in support of the Energy East pipeline; we respond.
Podcast
The climate goes to court
Daryn Caister | This week, several court decisions came down that have huge implications for the oil industry.
Blog
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David Suzuki | Even with a government sympathetic to environmental issues, we won't act deeply and quickly enough or prevent new problems because we haven't yet addressed the root of our environmental devastation.
Blog
David Suzuki | Events in 2015 taught us that when those of us who care about humanity and the planet's future stand up and speak out, we can make this small, blue world a better place for all.
Columnists
Ralph Surette | Humans continue to pollute faster than improvements in energy efficiency can keep up with, says Ralph Surette
Blog
David Suzuki | Nations that met in Paris are responsible for over 95 per cent of global emissions. On December 12, following multiple rounds of long meetings, they revealed the final text of the Paris Agreement.
Blog
David Suzuki | The world is shifting rapidly as a result of climate change and there's little doubt we'll see increasing humanitarian crises. We must face this new reality as a global community.