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Mont Blanc glacier tracks. Photo: Alistair Knock/Flickr
John Crump | Greenhouse gas levels have reached 400 parts per million in the Arctic for the first time. The readings in the Arctic are important because the region is an indicator of changes to come.
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Greenhouse gases from factory. Photo: CECAR - Climate and Ecosystems Change Adaptation R/Flickr
Andrea Harden-Donahue | The federal government released this year's greenhouse gas inventory report and Environment Minister Peter Kent insists it is a good news story.
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Marc Lee | CCPA released a report by yours truly on the economic costs and benefits of the proposed Enbridge Northern Gateway Pipeline. In particular, I take aim at the outrageous claims about jobs.
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Marc Lee | A bi-annual vehicle emissions test got me thinking about my personal carbon footprint. A lot of broad-brush numbers and calculators exist out there to calculate one's footprint.
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Marc Lee | Between LNG and Enbridge, Kitimat is poised to become an export platform for the two most environmentally controversial practices of the oil and gas industry: shale gas and tar sands extraction.
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Andrea Harden-Donahue | Council of Canadians is in Ottawa to meet with EU Embassies and challenge the arguments being brought forward by Canadian lobbying against the EU Fuel Quality Directive.
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Canadian Youth Delegation | The issues regarding the form of a future international climate change agreement that have received so much focus here in Cancun, were beautifully contrasted today by Canadians at the conference.
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Canadian Youth Delegation | Via Campesina take to the streets!
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Canadian Youth Delegation to COP16 | Welcome to our fifth podcast, coming to you from Klimaforum, where hundreds of youth have gathered to celebrate Young and Future Generations day.
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Sarah Laskow | On Monday, climate activists, nonprofit leaders and governmental officials will gather in Cochabamba, Bolivia, to look for new ideas to address climate change.