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by David Suzuki on Friday Jan 15 2021

 As was demonstrated in the U.S. last week, many who are motivated by fear and ignorance are feeling emboldened — and desperate. It’s not just in the United States. Irrational, authoritarian, anti-science rhetoric and action has been heating up from Brazil to India to Hungary, and is fully entrenched in places like Russia and China. 

With the growing realization that...

by Contributor on Tuesday Dec 22 2020

By Chris Gusen

2020 was tough. But, as we look back on the past year, it also brings us a tremendous amount of hope. Seeing how the world mobilized to fight COVID-19 gave us a glimpse of what might be possible if our elected officials treated the climate emergency just as seriously. As we rest up and prepare to continue our fight for a made-in-Canada Green New Deal in 2021, here are...

by Seven Summits Centre for Learning on Wednesday Dec 02 2020

By Vivienne Hurley

Will Rossland’s student-led initiative for Dressember be part of the fabric of change?

High school students attending Seven Summits Centre for Learning (7S) in Rossland have created a community of advocates to fight against human trafficking and have donned their uniforms in support of Dressember. The dress and the tie, flags of the...

by The Conversation on Tuesday Nov 24 2020

Ottawa’s latest climate plan bets on expensive and unproven carbon capture technologies  

By Burgess Langshaw Power, from The Conversation   

Last week, the federal government released its long awaited plan to tackle greenhouse gas...

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