Climate change

Climate Change is a serious problem, and we're working to eliminate carbon emissions in Canada.

By coming together with ordinary citizens and governments at the municipal, provincial and national levels, we can implement policies that will speed the transition from fossil fuels to renewable energy. We've already seen some great progress, but there's still work to do. With the support of people like you, we can help Canada become a global climate leader by calling for:

One way you can help is to go carbon neutral at home and at work.

Together, we can build a cleaner future for Canada and achieve climate stability.

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Photo: Trottier Energy Futures Project

Trottier Energy Futures Project

Imagine a future with a cleaner environment, a future in which Canada is seen as a leader in innovative clean-energy solutions. The David Su... Read more »

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Photo: Ontario acknowledges climate urgency

Ontario acknowledges climate urgency

May 25, 2016 | Climate & Clean Energy

In a recent Globe and Mail article, columnist Jeffrey Simpson attacked Ontario's climate plan, writing that it will be complicated and inflexible and will rely "on government to force-feed change." Putting aside the fact that the authorized version of the plan has not even been released yet — all we have at this point is a leaked document obtained by the Globe — the criticisms seem unfair. While some aspects of the plan are problematic, much of it appears highly beneficial. Read more »