British Columbia is subsidizing oil and gas well drilling on the same land it has promised to protect for caribou, new research has found.
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Our freshwater scientists at the IISD Experimental Lakes Area, located on Treaty 3 Land, have been working with a group of Elders, language experts, and youth to translate research on mercury contamination and climate change into Ojibwe.
How should Canada prepare for the extreme weather events, floods and wildfires related to climate change? On September 23 The Globe and Mail convened a group of climate change experts and adaptation proponents to discuss how cities, communities and industries can become safer and more resilient.
L'extraction pétrolière et minière a fait sa richesse. Mais le Canada se veut aujourd'hui un acteur écologique de pointe.
The Liberals take a minority government and with that comes stricter cuts to the oil and gas industry to meet a net-zero goal by 2050. Aaron Cosbey, economist at the International Institute for Sustainable Development joins BNN Bloomberg to discuss the future of climate policy in Canada.
Equity, diversity, and inclusion in Canada's National Adaptation Strategy: Why it matters and what it means
How can the diversity of identities and experiences of Canadians be reflected in a national strategy on climate adaptation?
As the Canadian federal election campaign nears its end, NDP Leader Jagmeet Singh is fighting off criticism from progressive environmentalists by trying to shift the focus back to Justin Trudeau's climate record.
In 2009, when Canada and other G20 nations first pledged to tackle fossil fuel subsidies, a collective promise was made to do away with 'inefficient' subsidies. But the term inefficient has never been defined, giving governments and political parties during this election a significant amount of wiggle room.
Aaron Cosbey of the International Institute for Sustainable Development helps decipher the climate claims and rhetoric from the Canadian federal election campaign on Radio Noon Quebec with Shawn Apel.
A running list of specific promises announced by the Liberals, Conservatives, NDP, Greens and People's party since the official start of the Canadian federal election campaign on Aug. 15.