A series of ancient landslides have been "reawakened" in British Columbia's Cariboo region, costing hundreds of millions in federal disaster assistance funds and prompting warnings thatlogging is connected to the problem.
African countries saddled with debt and ravaged by losses and damages from weather events like cyclones, drought and extreme temperatures have agreed to consider swapping debt to invest in climate action in a meeting of finance ministers in the Ethiopian capital Addis Ababa.
As the world stares down an ongoing and rapidly worsening climate crisis, wealthy countries like Canada must hit the “fast-forward button” and push up their net-zero emissions deadlines to 2040, United Nations Secretary General António Guterres said Monday.
Snow falls thick as skiers shed their gear and duck into the Sundeck Restaurant, one of the first certified energy-efficient buildings in the U.S. — this one at 3,413 metres above sea level atop Aspen Mountain in Colorado.
When Elise Joshi was at the White House last year, her eyes welled with happy tears as President Joe Biden hosted thousands of supporters to celebrate groundbreaking legislation targeting climate change.