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Robert Hackett | People who use fossil fuels while advocating for green policies aren't hypocrites.
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Ralph Surette | Ralph Surette was fed up waiting for solar energy to show up, so he made his own. Read on to learn how you can do it too.
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Duncan Cameron | Rachel Notley wants to know why "we're acting like a bunch of villages as opposed to a nation." There is a leadership role for Ottawa and Justin Trudeau needs to recognize it.
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Karl Nerenberg | Alberta NDP leader Rachel Notley gave a rousing and inspiring speech at the Edmonton NDP convention. She did not hide her big differences with the policies offered in the LEAP manifesto.
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Andrea Harden-Donahue | Last week's budget directly mentions green infrastructure spending and the need to address climate change. But is it enough? And how exactly will the money be spent? These are key questions.
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Alyse Kotyk | With climate talks well underway at COP21, where do the provinces stand on climate change and what are their strategies moving ahead?
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Gordon Laxer | Rather than pray for pipeline approvals and another boom, now's the time to get off the boom-and-bust roller coaster.
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Nick Fillmore | The fossil fuel lobby has been able to insert themselves into the UN climate summit. But should they be allowed at the table if they're trying to burn it down?
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Naomi Klein, Avi Lewis | It is possible for Canada to fight against climate change in a way that changes our country for the better. That's the message in the Leap Manifesto, launched yesterday.
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Mick Sweetman | Dozens of high-profile Canadian activists and intellectuals are calling for Canada to take a leap of faith away from an extractive economy.
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Ole Hendrickson | There is a powerful appeal to freedom from reliance on centralized energy systems. Decentralization and democratization of energy go hand in hand with a transition to a more equitable society.
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Ralph Surette | News of the co-operation between Nova Scotia and New Brunswick power utilities offers a spark of hope in the disastrous energy politics that have dominated the region for the past 50 years.