Why does the Canadian government continue to subsidize the oil industry with billions of dollars a year when the environmental crisis demands the opposite, and when investment in energy efficiency, conservation and green energy create many more jobs? Why does Canada import 40% of the oil we consume when we produce enough to meet all ...
US President Barack Obama has announced the rejection of TransCanada’s proposed Keystone XL tar sands pipeline. He stated that Keystone XL would not serve the United States’ “national interest”. The post BREAKING: Barack Obama Rejects Keystone XL Pipeline appeared first on The Canadian Progressive.
Persecuted during Harper’s divisive politics, Canada’s environmentalists look forward to a renewed relationship with the Justin Trudeau federal government, says David Suzuki. The post David Suzuki: Environmentalists expect a renewed relationship with Trudeau government appeared first on The Canadian Progressive.
David Suzuki counts universal health care, clean energy, climate change, racial diversity and tolerance among the Canadian values and key issues worth considering before casting your vote on October 19. The post David Suzuki: Let’s vote for the values that make Canada great appeared first on The Canadian Progressive.
This Thanksgiving season, David Suzuki wants us to remember this fact: ” In Canada, food waste cost estimates increased from $27 billion to $31 billion between 2010 and 2014.” The post David Suzuki: The ecological and economic costs of food waste appeared first on The Canadian Progressive.
Justin Trudeau blindly endorses the secretive Trans-Pacific Partnership deal, and then attacks Stephen Harper for failing to be transparent “especially in regards to what Canada is conceding”. The post Trudeau’s Endorsement of Harper’s Trans-Pacific Partnership Deal Insulting appeared first on The Canadian Progressive.
Hillary Clinton’s rejection of the Keystone XL pipeline is bad news for U.S. Republicans, Alberta tar sands profiteers, Prime Minister Stephen Harper and Liberal Leader Justin Trudeau. The post Harper, Trudeau Rebuked As Hillary Clinton Comes Out Against Keystone XL Pipeline appeared first on The Canadian Progressive.
Canadian environmentalists are demanding a complete overhaul of the National Energy Board, the federal board tasked with approving major energy and tar sands pipeline energy projects. They accuse the NEB of conflict of interest and deliberate suppression free speech. The post Canadian environmentalists demand overhaul of tar sands pipeline approval process appeared first on The ...
David Suzuki sees climate change as the biggest threat to Canadians’ health and security, urges voters to elect MPs who will be part of the solution when the go to the polls on October 19. The post David Suzuki: Vote for a better, cleaner Canada appeared first on The Canadian Progressive.
David Suzuki calls out climate change deniers being funded by fossil fuel interests, urges Canadians to elect a government committed to acting on “the greatest threat humanity faces” on October 19. The post David Suzuki: Deniers are all over the map; climate realists all over the world appeared first on The Canadian Progressive.
“We need stronger environmental assessments,” says award-winning Canadian environmentalist David Suzuki, reflecting on last year’s Mount Polley disaster in British Columbia. The post David Suzuki: B.C. must heed Mount Polley disaster’s lessons appeared first on The Canadian Progressive.
Stephen Harper and Justin Trudeau attacked NDP candidate Linda McQuaig for repeating the wildly-published scientific fact that some of Alberta’s tar sands must “remain in the ground” to limit global warming. The post Harper and Trudeau attack NDP candidate McQuaig for stating a scientific fact appeared first on The Canadian Progressive.
Stephen Harper told a lot of lies during his launch of the 2015 federal election campaign, and during the first national leaders debate, hosted by Maclean’s Magazine. The post The lies Harper told during 2015 election call, first leaders’ debate appeared first on The Canadian Progressive.
Canadian environmentalist David Suzuki urges us to resist the “fossil fuel industry’s massive PR machine”, enlighten climate deniers, and continue to defend the climate. The post David Suzuki: Is the climate crisis creating a global consciousness shift? appeared first on The Canadian Progressive.
Canadian environmentalist David Suzuki explains why extreme weather is being experienced more frequently around the world now than in the past. The post David Suzuki: Welcome to an extreme, warming world appeared first on The Canadian Progressive.
Naomi Klein and environmental activists will call for a “long term sustainable strategy that leads to renewable energy” during the March for Jobs, Justice and the Climate in Toronto on July 5. The post For Canada, a commitment to the environment and jobs is possible appeared first on The Canadian Progressive.
Pope Francis’ recent encyclical on climate change contains a “scientifically and morally valid call for radical change”, says environmentalist David Suzuki. The post Pope Francis offers hopeful perspective on global crises, says David Suzuki appeared first on The Canadian Progressive.
David Suzuki on how our tendency to seek solace in material things as a reaction to threats such as terrorism and climate change causes more insecurity. The post David Suzuki: The values of hope and happiness appeared first on The Canadian Progressive.
Over 60 groups from across Canada recently asked the National Energy Board to suspend its biased review of TransCanada’s Energy East tar sands pipeline. The post NEB’s Energy East pipeline review must be suspended: Groups appeared first on The Canadian Progressive.
Shit Harper Did warriors ambushed Industry Minister James Moore’s little party and rebuked the Conservatives’ “pathetic response” to the recent Vancouver oil spill. The post Shit Harper Did gives Conservatives taste of toxic debris from Vancouver oil spill [VIDEO] appeared first on The Canadian Progressive.
David Suzuki explains how the Koch Brothers, the largest U.S. leaseholder in the Alberta tar sands, use their vast wealth to fund climate change denial. The post Oiling the machinery of climate change denial and transit opposition appeared first on The Canadian Progressive.
Beginning April 11, communities along TransCanada’s proposed Energy East route in Manitoba and Saskatchewan will hear why the pipeline is all risk and little reward for them. The post Energy East pipeline: Maude Barlow raises alarm in Saskatchewan and Manitoba appeared first on The Canadian Progressive.
Canada has an international reputation as being a dullard when it comes to the environment. That’s not shocking given that the present “conservative” government has sabotaged international climate meetings, has climate change deniers as leaders, and openly supports the world-destroying tar sands. All of this can change though. A group of over 60 scientists in ...
By excluding climate change from the forthcoming review of the proposed Energy East project, the NEB is prioritizing Big oil’s anti-environment interests. The post It’s taboo to talk climate change at NEB’s Energy East hearings appeared first on The Canadian Progressive.