Environment

Blog
Dec 2, 2014
Photo: David Widmann/flickr

Homegrown ingenuity brings nature to the city

David Suzuki
We must harness and amplify homegrown local creativity to enhance urban ecologies and make communities more livable and resilient. Smart urban innovations should be scaled up, shared and adapted.
Blog
Dec 2, 2014

Lots to learn from Nova Scotia's fracking ban

Evelien Vanderkloet
Evelien VanderKloet, a community organizer from Halifax Canada, reflects on the Government of Nova Scotia's response to the anti-fracking movement in Nova Scotia.
Book Review
Dec 4, 2014

Capitalism vs. The Climate: Who will win?

Daniel Tseghay
Kinder Morgan. Enbridge. Keystone. TransCanada. These companies and Big Business threaten our planet. What will you do about it?
Blog
Nov 30, 2014

Canada's facepalm moment at COP20: Carbon capture just doesn't work

Kelsey Mech
Brenna Owen
Alex Cool-Fergus
Katie Perfitt
Bronwen Tucker
Megan Van Buskirk
Aleah Loney
Canada's most recent INDC proposal avoids any mention of the tar sands and our increasing inability to meet emissions targets, and outlines only a handful of inadequate "solutions."
Podcast
Nov 30, 2014

Victory on Burnaby Mountain

Redeye
On Thursday, Judge Austin Cullen turned down Kinder Morgan's application to extend its injunction and threw out the contempt charges against more than 100 people arrested at the drill site.
Blog
Nov 30, 2014

Reading the world, ecologically

Lizanne Foster
If we learned to read our environment, we would have personal knowledge of changes wrought by climate change, knowledge that could not be 'spun' by the fossil fuel industry into lies and denial.

Pages

Subscribe to RSS - Environment