Global Warning

Climate solutions from Canada’s youth

December 3, 2008

The Canadian Youth Delegation to Poznan unites at the UN talks in Poland this December to share the voice of Canadian youth and create positive change in the international climate policy process. The Real News Network spoke to Lauryn Drainie and Genevieve Gilbert to talk about the delegation and its role in the climate change discussion process.

Obama, McCain and the "worst case scenario"

September 21, 2008

Canadian elections and climate change

September 12, 2008

Environment and cutting green house gas emissions important issues for 4 of 5 major parties

Call for action on climate change

September 12, 2008

A new initiative to put climate change on the Canadian government’s front burner was launched in Toronto, Wednesday. PowerUp Canada has been in the works for months and is led by Canadians for Climate Leadership. The group is made up of leaders in academia, science, business and the environment. They intend to pressure the federal government, of any stripe, to do much more to deal with climate change. The key players are Nova Scotia businessman John Roy and Executive Director Tzeporah Berman. The campaign seems to have struck a chord with Canadians. On the first day, had so many hits that it crashed their Web site. Among those who support the initiative are four former prime ministers, Joe Clark, John Turner, Kim Campbell and Paul Martin. The theme of the launch was “Changed your light bulbs? Now let’s change the laws."

Green for all

August 27, 2008

Majora Carter: We don’t always want to fight against something. We want to work towards something Pt.1

Interview with George Monbiot

December 20, 2006

Watch this four part interview on climate change