Many have hailed the result of the UN climate talks as a breakthrough, for two reasons. One: all of the countries of the world signed an agreement about climate change. Two: there are some good abstract hopes in that agreement.
An unlikely climate change hero stood up at the Paris climate summit to urge the sunset of Canada’s oil sands industry on Tuesday. He was neither an impassioned environmentalist, nor a panicked climatologist, but a 55-year-old Suncor heavy equipment mechanic
“This is a critical moment and there’s, I think, enough convergence of thinking, the science and political will, where we can actually make a shift off of fossil fuels to renewable energy,” said Joanna Kerr, Executive Director for Greenpeace Canada.
November 22, 2015 By collaborating with governments and employers, workers and unions can tackle climate change and ensure a just transition to a green economy. Featuring author Naomi Klein, President of the Canadian Labour Congress Hassan Yussuff, and Unifor President
A new report has determined that investments in energy-efficient and renewable energy sources yield more jobs for a set amount of spending than investing in maintaining or expanding the fossil fuel industry. Joshua S. Hill, CleanTechnica [original article] June 23,