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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.
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Scott Neigh | Laura Hamilton talks about her trajectory in the climate movement, from an initial focus on divestment to her current radical commitment to climate justice.
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Daniel Aureliano Newman | A new book captures the wonders of concrete but equivocates on the damage it does to the environment.
Book Review
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Robert Hackett | Seth Klein's "A Good War" is the book every climate-concerned Canadian has been waiting for.
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Victoria Fenner | rabble's latest webinar focused on strategies for the way forward during COVID-19. Listen to our panelists share their perspectives.
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David Suzuki | In considering how to make systems more equitable and sustainable, one change underpins all others: a change in our relationship with nature.
Book Review
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Daniel Aureliano Newman | Laura Trethewey's lively book pitches human-scale stories as portals into world-sized issues, but the stories don't cohere.
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David Suzuki | Ian Mauro's award-winning film, "Beyond Climate," takes viewers past the headlines and into the heart of the climate challenges and opportunities facing B.C.
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Victoria Fenner | Stewart Wells talks about changes he's observed on his Saskatchewan farm related to climate change, and why he's involved in a new group of farmers and farm organizations to be part of a solution.
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Scott Neigh | Dave Bleakney of the Canadian Union of Postal Workers talks about how his union is responding to the climate crisis, and about December's UN climate conference in Madrid.
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David Suzuki | As Greta Thunberg warns, our home is on fire. But politicians and industry keep expanding fossil fuel development, trying to cash in before markets fall in the face of alternatives and climate chaos.
Book Review
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Sophia Reuss | "A Planet to Win" argues that the activist left must popularize a new moral and political calculus, one aimed at building a world where all people can live a good life.