Adaptation to climate change is squarely on the global policy agenda. How nations pledge to fight climate change at the Paris climate summit will determine the world's fate.
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Today we need a federal government that can lead us not into battle against other nations, but rather, into the fight for our collective future.
The Pembina Institute conducted a poll with EKOS Research, assessing support for climate action among Albertans. The results are fascinating and hopeful.
The Council of Canadians is criticizing the emission reduction target set by the Harper government as weak, insufficient and lacking in credibility.
As we approach both the election and the pivotal United Nations climate summit in Paris, Stephen Harper is hoping that climate change will not become an issue in the October 19 federal election.
Cities are responsible for 70 per cent of global CO2 emissions but they can save the planet by greening one community at a time, said Vancouver's David Cadman at the ICLEI World Congress 2015.
We've been given a chance -- a pause in the gold rush -- to move away from mindless fossil fuel expansion. That's not crazy -- that's good sense.
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.