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Historic Kayak Action demands Indigenous Peoples Rights in Paris Climate Accord.
John Dillon | If Canada is serious about learning from Indigenous peoples on caring for Mother Earth, it will have to reconsider core aspects of climate policies it inherited from previous administrations.
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Neil Tangri | While it's true that failing to arrest climate change would be a catastrophe outside the realm of human experience, it's not true that one fateful decision will be made here in Paris.
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Retrofits are creating green-building jobs in B.C.
Karen Tam Wu | Released yesterday, the Pembina Institute's B.C. Green Buildings Map shows that the green-building sector is a prominent part of the economy provincewide.
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A CEIBA promoter in Santiago, Guatemala with valley behind her.
Rachel Warden | We work with CEIBA to better understand and make visible the impacts of large-scale resource extraction on women and the critical role women play in defending collective rights and the environment.
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Elizabeth May | Elizabeth May blogs from the UN Climate Negotiations in Paris.
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Stephen Hui | Here in British Columbia, will the government do its part to keep the global temperature rise below two degrees Celsius?
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Jen Halsall | From mass graves in Africa to a questionable stance on climate change, our bloggers investigate some of Canada's hidden and overlooked stories.
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Marc Lee | With the Paris climate conference only days away, a Canadian climate action strategy is now urgent and overdue.
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Climate activists donning the masks of leaders point in the direction they want
John Dillon | If negotiations at the Paris climate conference drag on past the December 11 deadline, it will likely be due to wrangling over financing for climate adaptation in developing countries.
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Oxfam at Bangkok Intersessional - Women's March, 2009
Danny Glenwright | When disaster strikes (and it increasingly does, thanks to climate change) women and children are 14 times more likely to die.
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Brenna Owen | Brenna Owen, member of the Canadian Youth Delegation to COP 21, makes the case for climate justice at her alma matter, Queen's University.
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'Paris Climat 2015' sign on Eiffel Tower; Photo: World Tech Today
John Dillon | Prime Minister Trudeau has raised expectations for Canada's action on climate change. The most important challenge will be meeting the imperative to keep most fossil fuel reserves in the ground.