Climate Hope: a series on climate grief and hope in the time of pandemic. 

News
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Lauren Scott | "Hope Matters" author Elin Kelsey questions the singular doom-and-gloom narrative, arguing that "evidence-based hope" can help advocates find solutions and push harder for climate justice.
News
Tania Ehret | Bearing an individual brunt to systemic problems is a recipe for burnout.
Podcast
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Victoria Fenner | Liz Marshall talks about her documentary "Meat the Future," which explores a new process to create meat without killing animals. It's called cell-based meat and it's produced entirely in a lab.
Blog
Transmission electron micrograph of SARS-CoV-2 virus particles, isolated from a patient. (Image: NIAID/Flickr)
David Suzuki | The outbreak is showing us the cracks in our systems, the fault lines. If we begin to address them, we'll be in a better place to respond to the longer-term climate and biodiversity crises.
Podcast
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Victoria Fenner | Seedchange is working with farmers and gardeners to plant, share and breed new seed varieties. A conversation with a seed producer in Nova Scotia about the program and how to save your own seeds.
Blog
Transmission electron micrograph of SARS-CoV-2 virus particles, isolated from a patient. Image: NIAID/Flickr
David Suzuki | We have a lot to learn still, but COVID-19 can teach us ways to address a crisis with many unknowns, whether it's a pandemic, a rapidly heating planet or accelerating biodiversity loss.
Columnists
French environmental activist Nicolas Hulot gives a speech in 2015. Image: Fondation Nicolas Hulot pour la Nature et l'Homme/ Flickr
Duncan Cameron | French environmental activist Nicolas Hulot is calling for a major transformation of society to deal with the climate emergency, and remedy the economic failures exposed by the COVID-19 pandemic.
News
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Ed Finn | We cannot afford to return to a business-as-usual economic model that kills many, impoverishes millions and fuels global warming.
Columnists
Youth activists demand climate action at the global climate strike in Melbourne, Australia, in March 2019. Image: John Englart/Flickr
Bill Blaikie | As younger people make sacrifices during the pandemic to protect vulnerable populations, will the older generation now make sacrifices to reduce carbon emissions and help secure a future for youth?
Podcast
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Victoria Fenner | Elisa Lee, environmental educator and self-care facilitator talks about getting beyond intellectual reactions towards climate change, and getting to the heart of the matter.
Blog
Wolves - Discovery Center in West Yellowstone in 2009. Image: Shawn Kinkade/Flickr
David Suzuki | Whether it's conservation or rewilding, we know that when we give nature a chance, it bounces back. Because we're part of nature and rely on everything it provides, that's to our benefit.
Blog
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Penney Kome | With grim economic prospects forecast as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic, campaigns have launched to rebuild the economy differently.