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"If the climate were a bank, it would be saved," protest sign from the Women's March. Image: Wikimedia Commons/Mark Dixon
David Suzuki | If there's a bright side to Trump's decision, it's that climate change has received more serious media coverage than ever before, and people around the world have agreed to increase their efforts.
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Rona Ambrose
David J. Climenhaga | Mainstream media seems anxious to present Rona Ambrose as an attractive and youthful yet conservative counterpoint to Prime Minister Justin Trudeau. Well, not so fast!
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David J. Climenhaga | Yes, there's been a management facelift. But where the rubber hits the road? Nothing has changed.
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David Suzuki | The inability of governments to deal with climate change is neither just national nor recent. We’ve been saddled with government indolence for far too long, and in too many places around the world.
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"Friends of Science" billboard in Calgary
David J. Climenhaga | The "Friends of Science" is an interesting group, another part of the vast, intricate and well-funded network of loony-right fronts linked back to the "Calgary School."
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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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Elizabeth May | Elizabeth May has been blogging each day on the 19th Conference of the Parties under the UN Framework Convention on Climate Change in Warsaw. Sadly, Canada's role will be dismal at best.
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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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John Bennett | There is a lot of confusion these days over just what the fight over the Keystone XL pipeline is all about. Why would 35,000 people journey to Washington to chant slogans in the freezing cold?
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John Crump | Two decades ago the framework convention was born amidst the excitement of the Rio Earth Summit. A generation later, it's hard to find much optimism around the climate change negotiations.
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The Ugly Canadian: Stephen Harper's Foreign Policy
Riaz Sayani-Mulji | I speak with Yves Engler, award winning author and activist, on his latest book entitled "The Ugly Canadian: Stephen Harper's Foreign Policy."
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Manuel Schulte | The Harper government has been strongly opposed to the Kyoto Protocol since coming to power in 2006. In mid-December, the Canadian government officially pulled out of the accord.