Political scientists Matthew Hoffmann and Steven Bernstein argue that our goal remains the same with or without Kyoto.
What do you call someone who pursues policies knowing that they contribute to large numbers of deaths?
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.
Faced with record-high worldwide temperatures, increasing extreme weather events, and melting glaciers, climate-change deniers are changing their tune.
As long as coal remains so inexpensive, with few or no dollars paid for the environmental damage it causes, it will continue to be used. And that endangers us all.
[Series] While we need to find less harmful substitutes for fossil fuel, there is no energy source that lacks environmental consequences.
[Series] Those who argue that there will never be a final “oil crisis” fail to recognize resource limits.
[Series] We are so accustomed to our dependence on petroleum that discussions of alternative energy futures take its convenience and efficiency for granted.
In Canada, “business as usual” means putting profits ahead of the future of the planet and denying that climate change is a problem.