Climate & Clean Energy archives

  • Photo: The revolution will be refrigerated

    The revolution will be refrigerated

    April 9, 2010

    Wondering what all the hype is about Energy Star appliances? As Nick Heap writes, you're not just saving money — you're taking action in the larger energy-efficiency revolution. More »

  • Flaws of Copenhagen Accord Revealed

    February 4, 2010

    Citizens and media from around the world have been rightly critical of the outcome at the UN climate summit in Copenhagen in December. Attention was focused mainly on the Copenhagen Accord, a weak and non-binding agreement hammered out between 25 countries and not adopted by the United Nations as a whole. More »

  • Photo: Let's keep campaigning to make Canada part of the solution to climate change in 2010!

    Let's keep campaigning to make Canada part of the solution to climate change in 2010!

    December 22, 2009

    Canadians are calling for strong climate leadership and thanks to you, momentum is growing every day. We need to keep up the pressure. More »

  • Photo: The climate debate is a PR creation

    The climate debate is a PR creation

    December 18, 2009

    The David Suzuki Foundation's current book club selection is called Climate Cover-Up. It is essential reading for anyone wanting to understand why, despite profound scientific consensus, the reality of climate... More »

  • Photo: Pressure for Prime Minister Harper to act is mounting

    Pressure for Prime Minister Harper to act is mounting

    December 15, 2009

    We need to keep the pressure up. Prime Minister Stephen Harper goes to the UN climate summit this Thursday. More »

  • Photo: Mommies can work magic in Copenhagen

    Mommies can work magic in Copenhagen

    December 10, 2009

    Attention all super mommies: listen up. I know how busy you are, I really do. I know that getting involved in politics may seem like about as much fun as wiping down the highchair (again) or folding the laundry (again). I know that you're tired. At the end of a long day, your idea of winding down probably has less to do with Canada's position on climate change... More »

  • Photo: A first day fossil for Canada

    A first day fossil for Canada

    December 7, 2009

    Canada has been awarded a Fossil of the Day on the first day of negotiations at the UN climate summit in Copenhagen. This "prize", given to countries who are blocking... More »

  • Canadians tell PM to lead at Copenhagen

    December 5, 2009

    During the past month, over 9,100 Canadians have taken part in David Suzuki Foundation campaigns to phone, email or send greeting cards to the Prime Minister —all asking for Canada to stop obstructing a climate deal and to start taking a leadership position. More »

  • Photo: Who will the Prime Minister represent in Copenhagen?

    Who will the Prime Minister represent in Copenhagen?

    December 1, 2009

    It's official. Prime Minister Stephen Harper is going to attend the UN climate summit in Copenhagen this December. His sudden change of mind to attend the leaders' summit may have to do with the fact that failing to show up would shine the international spotlight more intensely on the federal government's weak efforts to enact climate change solutions. More »

  • Photo: Red-faced over climate change?

    Red-faced over climate change?

    November 23, 2009

    More than three-quarters of Canadians are ashamed that the country hasn't taken a leadership role on reducing greenhouse-gas emissions, according to a new survey. More »