Content tagged “climate change”

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  • Change is in the air

    We only recognize the significance of events in the context of history. I recently had a day like any other except it made me wonder if we're on the verge of historical change. More »

    Science Matters

  • Will cap-and-trade slow climate change?

    The David Suzuki Foundation and others have long argued that provinces and the federal government should put a price on carbon, through carbon taxes, cap-and-trade or a combination of both. The urgent need to address global warming means provinces that have adopted cap-and-trade need to strengthen it by ensuring emissions drop faster and polluters pay a price that truly reflects the damage caused by carbon pollution. More »

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  • Our voices and actions bring hope for the year ahead

    We can and must speak louder than those who would keep us on a destructive path despite the overwhelming evidence that it's past time to shift course. Events in 2015 taught us that when those of us who care about humanity and the planet's future stand up and speak out, we can make this small, blue world and its miraculous life and natural systems a better place for all. More »

    Science Matters

  • Paris Agreement marks a global shift for climate

    The 21st Conference of the Parties (COP21) may have been our last chance for a meaningful agreement to shift from fossil fuels to renewable energy before ongoing damage to the world's climate becomes irreversible and devastating. Government ministers, negotiators and world leaders spent the first two weeks of December creating a guide for the next stage of humanity's action on climate change. More »

    Science Matters

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