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Looking east from Harbour Centre Lookout in Vancouver, towards Fraser Surrey Docks in the distance. Photo: Bobanny/Wikimedia
Cheryl Whiting, Stuart Neatby | If built, this B.C. thermal coal export facility will make it almost impossible for Canada to reach its climate change target commitments
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Alberta & The Leap Manifesto
Christopher Majka | The Leap Manifesto jumped into the political spotlight when it was adopted by the federal NDP and rejected by the Alberta NDP. Can middle ground be found?
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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.
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LA methane leak
Redeye Collective | The methane leaking from a natural gas well just north of Los Angeles has displaced hundreds of families and released thousands of tons of gas into the atmosphere.
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Marc Lee | Is B.C. "doing the world a favour," as Christy Clark put it, by developing a liquefied natural gas export industry? Or is this just wishful thinking?
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Elizabeth May | We have now crossed a dangerous line in the global build up of greenhouse gases. Greenhouse gas concentrations have moved from the pre-Industrial Revolution level to a new daily average of 400 ppm.
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Elizabeth May | Goodness knows, I wish the NDP had put forward a motion I could have voted for. We need a good debate on climate and we need a strong call for government action. But, I couldn't vote for that motion.
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Renaud Gignac | The threats related to climate change are thus far from "exaggerated". On the contrary, an unprecedented societal shift is urgently needed.
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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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Karl Nerenberg | Peter Kent concluded 27 years ago as a CBC journalist that the greenhouse effect "must be considered the world's greatest environmental concern." What does he say now as Canada's environment minister?
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Marc Lee | Any day now the B.C. government should be releasing the latest greenhouse gas data for the province, and we will see if any progress is being made towards a legislated reduction in emissions by 2020.
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Fred Wilson | There is one overriding question that hangs over the Harper government's adamant refusal to face up to climate change and to regulate a reduction in Canada's greenhouse gases.