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Although the agreement made in Paris may be missing some pieces, it is an incredible step forward
The University of Toronto has been recommended from an advisory committee to ditch fossil fuel investments. Will other Canadian universities follow suit?
Paris
After two weeks of negotiations, COP21 has ended and all 195 signatories have adopted a universal agreement. Now what?
Climate change warning labels on gas pumps are coming to a municipality near you
Canada needs to go above and beyond the Paris Agreement to make a decarbonized economy a reality
As a recent transplant to Toronto Island, Jonathan Rotsztain will be documenting his first winter in this unique environment through interviews with seasoned Islanders
Together, we did a lot of great work in 2015. But that work is just getting started...
Politicians and activists weigh in on the importance of reaching an agreement at COP21
Catch up on this week’s biggest climate and COP21 news
Canadian Youth
The Canadian Youth Delegation at United Nations climate change negotiations are fighting for more than selfies with the Prime Minister
Exxon vs. the People
Bill McKibben and Naomi Klein host mock trial of ExxonMobil for crimes of deception
COP21
Hundreds attended the Earth to Paris summit, a gathering of activists, scientists and business leaders in connection with COP21
COP21
Catch up on this week’s biggest climate and COP21 news
Canadian activist and journalist Naomi Klein has little faith in the world leaders negotiating the COP21 agreement
A photo essay of Canadian climate change activists at climate marches across Canada
A new multilinear documentary by Youth Climate Report film series designed to show policy makers the big picture of climate research
Alberta tar sands
An open letter from Canadian activist Tzeporah Berman on new beginnings
Bill McKibben
US climate activist Bill McKibben on Canada’s climate reputation
McKenna and Dion
A day ahead of the official start to the 2015 Paris Climate Conference, Environment and Climate Change Minister, Catherine McKenna addressed press on Canada's contributions
COP21
COP21 will not solve global climate change issues, but that does not mean it will not be a success