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Julie Gelfand, Canada's new Environment Comissioner. Credit: Karl Nerenberg
Karl Nerenberg | The new Environment Commissioner, Julie Gelfand, picks up where her predecessors left off. On Tuesday she forcefully bemoaned Harper's abject failure to meet emission reduction targets.
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David Suzuki | We've elevated the economy above all else and demanded continued growth. Now, climate change has kicked in and the costs of dealing with more frequent and severe extreme weather events are swelling.
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Redeye Collective | Maude Barlow is the national chairperson of the Council of Canadians. She was in Vancouver on October 10 to celebrate the launch of the final installment in her trilogy on water, Blue Future.
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Elizabeth May | On February 15, with the Conservatives' typical, quiet Friday afternoon launch, the 2012 Progress Report to the Federal Sustainable Development Strategy was tabled in the House of Commons.
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Canadian Youth Delegation | In today's podcast, you'll be hearing about a meeting we had with Canadian Minister of the Environment John Baird.
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Amy Goodman | While the stakes are high in Cancun, expectations are low, and, as we have just learned from Wikileaks, the United States is engaged in what one journalist here called "a very, very dirty business."
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Canadian Youth Delegation to COP16 | Oil and Water don't mix: Kicking off week two of the negotiations.
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Canadian Youth Delegation to COP16 | Today, we cover a youth action on forest policy, an excerpt from our meeting with Canada's lead negotiator and we cover today's Via Campesina-led march in downtown Cancun.
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rabble staff | Follow updates from the Cancun climate change conference as thousands of activists join world leaders for the final week of talks.
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Canadian Youth Delegation to COP16 | In today's podcast, we catch up with Joanna Dafoe, of Adopt a Negotiator, to discuss the role of the UN process in addressing the issue of climate change.
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Canadian Youth Delegation to COP16 | Policy update and interview with Kandi Mossett of the Indigenous Environmental Network about her community’s struggle to keep Canada’s tar sands from contaminating their home
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Canadian Youth Delegation to COP16 | Canadaian youth accepts a prestigous international award on behalf of Canada at the climate negotiations