A new project out of McGill University and the National Film Board of Canada called PIVOT aims to raise awareness about what small- and medium-sized operations across the country are doing to be sustainable.
Racism is at the core of the extractive, exploitative and inequitable economic system we live under — a system that, if unchanged, is incompatible with a just transition to a clean energy future, writes Janelle Lapointe.
What’s missing from the federal government's plan to lower greenhouse gas emissions is an overarching strategy that would position Canada for success and chart a course toward net-zero emissions by 2050, writes Goldy Hyder, president and CEO of the Business Council of Canada.
Fossil fuels, cattle and rotting waste produce methane, a greenhouse gas responsible for 30 per cent of global heating. Cutting it is the strongest action available to slow global heating in the near term, the UN's environment chief says.
We’re excited by Canada’s increased climate ambition, but as young professionals, we’re also terrified for the future, write Christie McLeod and Gareth Gransaull — because, frankly, our new target is just not good enough.