A modest proposal for the future of Canada’s Green Party.
Political scientists Matthew Hoffmann and Steven Bernstein argue that our goal remains the same with or without Kyoto.
Last year ended on a sad note, with the accidental drowning death of Rebecca Tarbotton in Mexico, at 39 years of age. Becky was the inspirational executive director of San Francisco-based Rainforest Action Network, but her roots were in British Columbia. In an October speech, she eloquently recalled her early days in the environmental movement, [...]
Environmental photographer James Balog has seen the effects of climate change unfold before his eyes.
In 1988, hundreds of scientists and policy-makers met in Toronto for a major international conference on climate change. They were sufficiently alarmed by the accumulated evidence for human-caused global warming that they issued a release stating, “Humanity is conducting an unintended, uncontrolled, globally pervasive experiment whose ultimate consequences could be second only to a global [...]
What do you call someone who pursues policies knowing that they contribute to large numbers of deaths?
The ocean fertilization project that took place off the coast of Haida Gwaii in July is receiving widespread criticism from scientists and government alike.
Sandy is exactly the kind of severe weather event scientists have been predicting for years. And unless we change our ways, we can expect more of the same.
The Harper government’s new omnibus budget bill and proposed 31-year deal with China sacrifice democracy to short-term goals.
A new report challenges politicians who say tackling climate change is too costly for society.