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David J. Climenhaga | If you pay attention, you'd almost think the U.S. government preferred ISIS to Syrian President Bashar al-Assad.
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Redeye Collective | In Paris, the Canadian government committed to 1.5 degrees of warming. Yet there are no signs that Justin Trudeau is prepared to reduce tar sands production sufficiently to meet this goal.
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David Suzuki | Nations that met in Paris are responsible for over 95 per cent of global emissions. On December 12, following multiple rounds of long meetings, they revealed the final text of the Paris Agreement.
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Green Majority Radio (481) Alberta Confidential
Daryn Caister | We revisit the supposed "controversy" of Canadian eco-groups "selling out" to join forces with Big Oil. Kevin Caners from The Elephant podcast joins us live from Paris COP21.
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An electric-vehicle charging station in Vancouver.
Matt Horne | B.C.'s goal to have all passenger cars zero-emission is a good one, but without accompanying standards and policies, this transition won't happen.
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Baghdad burns under US bombing, March 19, 2003
Penney Kome | Is Syria burning? War, the most costly and damaging human activity, is outside the scope of Paris climate talks.
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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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Gordon Laxer | Alberta's NDP government could have taken stronger action when it comes to climate change.
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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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Green Majority Radio (480) Citizen CoPower
Daryn Caister | Interview with David Berliner from CoPower about investing in renewable energy and investing for everyone. More talk about COP21 and the recent "scandal" about an Alberta oil/eco deal.
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Brad Hornick | A practical guide to recognize Fossil Fuel Addiction and how the climate justice movement can effectively intervene to assist in the addict's recovery.
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Elizabeth May | Elizabeth May blogs from the UN Climate Negotiations in Paris.