Beyond individual action, Canadians could accept a system that will tangibly assign financial costs to the increasing environmental impacts of flying so that those who choose to fly pay the bill, writes Ralph Martin.
When the federal government inevitably refuses Jason Kenney's demand for a blank cheque worth more than $30 billion, we’ll get the usual mixture of victimhood and grievance-mongering, writes columnist Max Fawcett.
The United Nations climate summit in Glasgow has made “some serious toddler steps” toward cutting emissions but far from the giant leaps needed to limit global warming to internationally accepted goals, two new analyses and top officials said on Tuesday, November 9, 2021.
Student Energy’s Global Youth Energy Outlook got more than 40,000 young people from 129 countries to share their views on the transition to clean energy. The vast majority want it to happen much faster than their governments and industry are currently moving.
Heading into COP26, delegates know the reductions made in gas emissions will not allow the world to get close to preventing the devastating changes caused by human-induced global heating, writes Nick Fillmore.
Before heading to this year’s climate conference, Canada's new environment minister, Steven Guilbeault, should announce to Canadians clear and ambitious timelines to develop and implement the government’s climate platform, Lisa Gue and Tom Green write.