Luke Ottenhof is a freelance reporter based in Toronto and Kingston, Ontario. His stories have appeared inThe Guardian, Columbia Journalism Review, The Toronto Star, CBC, Pitchfork and The Globe and Mail.
The pandemic has radically altered our reality, but remote work has led to some major environmental wins. Watch data journalist Alexandra Samuel talk about how working from home can help reduce your carbon footprint.
Valérie Courtois and Dahti Tsetso, director and co-director of the Indigenous Leadership Initiative, join Canada’s National Observer founder and editor-in-chief Linda Solomon Wood for a Conversations event on May 13 at 4 p.m. PT / 7 p.m. ET.
Join Infrastructure and Communities Minister Catherine McKenna and Canada’s National Observer editor-in-chief Linda Solomon Wood on May 4 for a Conversations event about climate-focused infrastructure spending and Canada's future.
What if we treated the climate crisis like a war? Join author, policy researcher and activist Seth Klein as he explains his wartime approach to the climate emergency on May 20 at 7 p.m. ET / 4 p.m. PT.
Mark Jaccard, author of A Citizen's Guide to Climate Success, said that when it comes to addressing the climate crisis, it’s likely that neither international nor even domestic policy consensus will ever be achieved.