Jane McArthur, toxics campaign director with the Canadian Association of Physicians for the Environment, sits on the edge of half a century on this planet, but as a mother of two, can't help feeling like she shouldn't have to do this job.
Efforts to increase how much philanthropic funding goes to minority-led environmental organizations are gaining momentum, with one group's push for transparency from the nation’s top climate donors drawing big-name support.
The recent heat waves and fires sweeping Canada illustrate that the skeletons in the closets of Exxon and all fossil fuel companies have proven more than metaphorical, writes columnist Jesse Firempong.
The activists, Greenpeace and Young Friends of the Earth, want the European Court of Human Rights to rule that Oslo’s 2016 decision to grant 10 Barents Sea oil exploration licences violated Article 112 of Norway’s constitution, which guarantees the right to a healthy environment.
As part of a series highlighting the work of young people in addressing the climate crisis, writer Patricia Lane interviews Danielle Pohl, a crime and climate change fighter who can often be found on roller skates.
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.