David Suzuki asks: Is the Pan-Canadian Framework on Clean Growth and Climate Change framework correct in assuming Canada can reduce greenhouse gas emissions while growing its economy? The post Can emissions shrink while the Canadian economy grows? appeared first on The Canadian Progressive.
A new study by Harvard’s Geoffrey Supran and Naomi Oreskes, which analyzed Exxon Mobil’s research and communications over 40 years, found that the company withheld information relating to its products’ climate impact. The post Study finds Exxon misled the public by withholding climate knowledge appeared first on The Canadian Progressive.
As our burgeoning demands on the Earth continue to overshoot its capacity to renew resources, it’s time for a serious rethink, argues David Suzuki. Basically, we’re “using up the biological capital that should be our children’s legacy.” The post We only have one Earth, and we’re overshooting its capacity appeared first on The Canadian Progressive.
Bicycling is part of the solution to today’s environmental and fuel crises, and the benefits of increased cycling go beyond reducing pollution and greenhouse gas emissions, David Suzuki argues. The post David Suzuki: Bicycling never gets old appeared first on The Canadian Progressive.
In withdrawing from the Paris Agreement, U.S. President Donald Trump demonstrated monumental ignorance about climate change and the agreement itself, writes David Suzuki. The post David Suzuki: Trump is a pariah in the face of climate crisis appeared first on The Canadian Progressive.
Announcing the United States’ unprecedented withdrawal from Paris climate accord, Donald Trump cited the “draconian financial and economic burdens the agreement imposes on our country.” The post Full text of Trump speech announcing US withdrawal from Paris climate accord appeared first on The Canadian Progressive.
A field study by the David Suzuki Foundation and St. Francis Xavier University found methane pollution from B.C.’s oil and gas industry is at least 2.5 times higher than B.C. government estimates. The post Research sheds light on dark corner of B.C.’s oil and gas industry appeared first on The Canadian Progressive.
There’s a new forest growing and it’s spreading over the entire world – and you can help spread it. Trump Forest is more of an idea than a physical place, but it’s all about the physical. President Trump’s ignorance around climate change is apparent and will have disastrous impacts on the planet. As a result ...
You probably feel overwhelmed by the seemingly infinite ways that climate change alters the planet and your life. Thankfully, you don’t need to sit ideally by and watch the world get too hot. You can start making a difference today by just monitoring what you do and where you get stuff from. Over at Digg ...
The planned Innavik Hydro Electric Project will provide clean energy and propel the indigenous Inukjuak community in Northern Quebec off its dependency on dirty diesel energy. But the project faces serious challenges, including lack of adequate funding, and mega hydro projects’ disastrous legacy of wiping out thousands of caribou and flooding large swaths of land. ...
There’s so much talk about taking action around climate change that it can be hard to remember what real action looks like. Climate action can take on many different forms and around the world how places react to climate change is different; meaning that we can see so many ways that cities are changing the ...
Canada’s $3.3 billion in federal and provincial subsidies to fossil fuel companies undermine climate action, says a new study by four prominent Canadian environmental groups. The post Canada’s $3.3bn fossil fuel subsidies undermine climate action: Report appeared first on The Canadian Progressive.
A new comprehensive report points to a potential human-induced wild-animal population “extinction crisis unlike any since dinosaurs disappeared 65 million years ago.” David Suzuki helps us make sense of it all. The post David Suzuki: Extinction crisis signals that it’s time to change course appeared first on The Canadian Progressive.
China rightfully gets a lot of flak for its environmental policies; they are listening and acting on received criticism. Previously we noted that China started to close coal plants and that there is increased concern about climate change in the country. Over at Grist magazine they have catalogued seven ways which show China’s efforts in ...
G20 energy ministers’ meeting in Beijing this week failed to come up with a deadline and concrete plans for eliminating fossil fuel subsidies. The meeting followed last month’s commitment by G7 leaders to phase out fossil fuel handouts by 2025. The post G20 ignores global public’s call to eliminate fossil fuel subsidies appeared first on ...
Paul Roundy, a professor at the University at Albany, State University of New York, discusses El Niño’s role in the Alberta wildfire. The post Paul Roundy: Why the effects of 2016 El Niño trumped climate change in the Alberta wildfire appeared first on The Canadian Progressive.
Canada environmentalist David Suzuki: “The environment and climate would benefit substantially if more people gave up or at least cut down on meat and animal products”. The post David Suzuki: Eating less meat will reduce Earth’s heat appeared first on The Canadian Progressive.
In a blog post published Monday, the former NASA scientist applauded petition e-297, a new petition that’s urging the House of Commons to steer Canada away from fossil fuels. The post Canadian common sense: Fee-and-dividend petition e-297 grabs James Hansen’s attention appeared first on The Canadian Progressive.
Environmentalist David Suzuki on why fossil fuels are a bad investment for Canada. If we’re genuine about meeting the 2015 Paris Agreement climate change commitments, now is the time to divest. The post David Suzuki: Divest from damage and invest in a healthier future appeared first on The Canadian Progressive.
More tar sands pipelines means going in reverse on the climate action Canada needs to fulfill the Paris Agreement and its call to action on climate change. The post Canada cannot fulfill Paris Agreement, call to action on climate change while creating more tar sands pipelines appeared first on The Canadian Progressive.
Earlier this week, former U.S. vice president Al Gore and several U.S. state attorneys generals announced “historic effort to combat climate change” – by going after fossil fuel climate deniers. The post Al Gore, US Attorneys Generals Announce Historic Pursuit Of Climate Change Deniers: Why Canadians Should Care appeared first on The Canadian Progressive.
Environmentalist David Suzuki proposes a few awesome actions that would help ensure that “all Canadians have access to clean, safe water for generations to come.” The post David Suzuki: World Water Day reminds us not to take clean water for granted appeared first on The Canadian Progressive.
Prominent Canadian journalist Naomi Klein told Al Jazeera this week that she doesn’t trust US Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton on climate change. The post Naomi Klein on Hillary Clinton: “I Don’t Trust Her on Climate at All” [VIDEO] appeared first on The Canadian Progressive.
Canadian environmentalist David Suzuki sees change “in the air” as the infant Liberal government, labour leaders and other stakeholders reaffirm their commitment to the fight against climate change. The post David Suzuki: Change is in the air appeared first on The Canadian Progressive.
Environmentalist David Suzuki wonders whether the crisis of climate change can be addressed through the markets and cap-and-trade, which “also embodies the polluter pays principle.” The post David Suzuki: Will cap-and-trade slow climate change? appeared first on The Canadian Progressive.