Climate Change

13/06/17
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WWF-Canada

Widespread disturbances dispel the notion of a nation of pristine waters

13/06/17
Author: 
Naomi Klein
Firefighters from across Kansas and Oklahoma battle a wildfire near Protection, Kansas, on March 6, 2017.  Photo: Bo Rader/The Wichita Eagle/AP

Firefighters from across Kansas and Oklahoma battle a wildfire near Protection, Kansas, on March 6, 2017.  Photo: Bo Rader/The Wichita Eagle/AP

 

02/06/17
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Brandon Wu
Rally in Washington DC

This is a guest blog from Brandon Wu, a US-based activist and Director of Policy and Campaigns at ActionAid USA, who has engaged with the UN climate process for many years.

23/05/17
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The Real News

May 22, 2017

Dimitri Lascaris, says Trudeau's pricing schemes is defective and not even close to what is necessary to enforce reductions

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19/05/17
Author: 
Bruce Livesey

This is the second installment of a two-part investigative series on government, spies and the oil industry

In the fall of 2013, Jason Augustine was in the thick of one of the most important standoffs First Nations activists have ever had with energy companies.

19/05/17
Author: 
Justin Gillis and others
 
If Earth continues to warm at a rapid pace, the collapse of vulnerable parts of Antarctica could dramatically raise the sea level, engulfing cities. Is a great flood looming?
19/05/17
Author: 
The Real News
smoke stack

Climate scientist Bill Hare says that China's and India's moves towards renewable energy could counter the negative effects of the Trump administration's climate policies

19/05/17
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compiled by Michael O’Neil
Corbyn UK 2017

The Labour Party under Jeremy Corbyn have released their 2017 manifesto for the June 8th General Election, entitled “For the Many, Not the Few.” The manifesto outlines policies of interest those dedicated to the movements for energy democracy and a just transition away from fossil fuels.

17/05/17
Author: 
NATHANIEL AINLEY

Italian sculptor Lorenzo Quinn’s massive new sculpture, 'Support,' is a stark warning on the impact of rising sea levels.

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13/05/17
Author: 
DAVID JOHNSON

May 8, 2017 - Climate change, as it has emerged as a defining political issue of our time, has a peculiar exceptionalism attached to it. While we know it is in some sense a political problem, or at least demands a political solution, we nevertheless tend to think of it as a problem in nature – one that transcends social issues and threatens social life itself.

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