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A protester outside the MN Public Utilities Commission protesting Enbridge's Line 3 in downtown St Paul, MN. Image credit: Lorie Shaull/Flickr.
Amy Goodman, Denis Moynihan | Two hundred is the approximate number of water protectors arrested on June 7, during the largest act of nonviolent civil disobedience against Line 3 construction to date.
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Diagram of a space lens, whose basic function is to mitigate global warming. Image credit: Mikael Häggström/Wikimedia Commons
Joyce Nelson | Sweden's space agency has cancelled a solar geoengineering test whose ultimate goal is to dim the sun as a way to counter climate change.
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Pump-jack mining crude oil at sunset. Image credit: Zbynek Burival/Unsplash
David Suzuki | The era of coal, oil and gas is over. We've done too little for the past 30 years. For the next 30, let's work toward a cleaner, healthier future for all.
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Small gathering of lechwe antelopes, Okavango Delta. Image credit: Diego Delso/Wikimedia Commons
Amy Giliam, André-Yanne Parent | Canada's promises of ambitious climate regulation will not be credible if Canadian companies such as ReconAfrica dig for new fossil-fuel projects.
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Natural gas plant, Fellows, California. Image credit: David Seibold/Flickr
David Suzuki | Methane has caused about 30 per cent of heating to date, with emissions rising at record rates. Cutting methane emissions is a cost-effective way to quickly reduce greenhouse gases and pollution.
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Protest sign reading "Earth is more valueble than money." Image credit: Markus Spiske/Unsplash
Duncan Cameron | Caught up in their struggle to attain power, political parties are reacting to what they think matters for the next election campaign and ignoring issues that matter for the future of humanity.
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Newspaper pages. Image credit: AbsolutVision/Unsplash
Robert Hackett, Hanna Araza | Canada's news media, like its economy, are historically and culturally linked to extractivism.
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Field of grain. Image credit: Jérôme Bussière/Unsplash
Lois Ross | While the 2021 budget appears to favour agricultural climate change measures on the one hand, will federal regulatory reviews end up reducing climate action on the other?
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U.S. soldiers in Sayed Abad District, Wardak province, Afghanistan, April 4, 2011. Image credit: The U.S. Army/Flickr
Duncan Cameron | Today the ecological threat and widespread citizen action to protect the environment make outrageous levels of American military spending more difficult to sustain.
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Oil production facilities in Fort McMurray, Alberta. Image credit: kris krüg/Flickr
Gordon Laxer | As the world moves off oil and gas, Canadians must quickly change our mindset. Being a resource-exporting country is our past, not our future.
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Youth hold signs protesting fossil fuels. Image credit: Callum Shaw/Unsplash
David Suzuki | We talk about the urgency of the climate and biodiversity crises but act as if we have all the time in the world to address them.
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A  U.S. soldier from the Maine National Guard looks out of his armoured vehicle as part of military exercises in Gagetown, New Brunswick. Image credit: The National Guard/Flickr
Joyce Nelson | While the rest of us try to transition to a low-carbon future, the military has carte blanche to burn all the fossil fuels it wants in its hardware for never-ending wars.