Phasing out natural gas generation by 2030 would result in rotating blackouts and higher electricity bills, Ontario's electricity system operator said in a report released on Thursday, October 7, 2021.
Google will ban digital ads promoting false climate change claims from appearing next to other content, hoping to limit revenue for climate change deniers and stop the spread of misinformation on its platforms.
“I had basically made a deal with myself saying, ‘If I get laid off from this job, I'm never working in oil and gas again,’” said Delia Warren, who spent a decade trying to break into the offshore wind industry.
About a fifth of fish harvested from the world's oceans — including over half of Canada's $3.6-billion annual catch — is being given away for a pittance to a handful of companies and investors, a new study warns.
Public pressure and lessons learned from Indigenous peoples and the pandemic are keys to tackling the climate emergency, says Severn Cullis-Suzuki, the David Suzuki Foundation’s new executive director.
Last month, the Environmental Protection Agency, or EPA, formally announced it was considering tighter regulations for pyrolysis and gasification — controversial processes that are associated with “chemical recycling.”
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau took direct aim at military commanders on Wednesday, October 6, 2021, following a whirlwind 48 hours involving a senior officer who provided a reference for a convicted sex offender.