With only two months to go before the United Nations climate conference kicks off in Egypt, delegates are descending on Cairo this weekend to discuss priorities, and advocates are fighting to make sure climate reparations stay on the agenda.
The United Nations and Pakistan issued an appeal on Tuesday, August 30, 2022, for $160 million in emergency funding to help millions affected by record−breaking floods that have killed more than 1,160 people since mid−June.
Conservative party leadership candidate Scott Aitchison is condemning Leslyn Lewis' message to members last week about the Nuremberg Code and medical experimentation as nothing but a "dog whistle" to COVID-19 vaccine critics.
The federal Liberal government has quietly given itself more time to provide a 200-soldier force for peacekeeping, which Prime Minister Justin Trudeau first pledged to the United Nations nearly five years ago.
Toronto teen philanthropist Kenisha Arora wants a UN summit on education in New York in September to believe in the magic of youth as it sets out to tackle pandemic-related education loss and profound structural flaws in systems worldwide.
American youth climate activist Sophia Kianni tells a Toronto audience about the climate strike movement’s strategic shift to policy as her Climate Cardinals translation service proves the need for environmental and climate literacy in the Global South.