100% Possible is part of the Global Climate March, with hundreds of marches large and small in cities across Canada and around the world.
If Canada is to re-establish itself as a global leader in environment and sustainability, a great deal will depend on the public servants who step up to implement the new government’s policies.
By last night, the decision had been made. CBC carried the news that the PM and his family will move into Rideau Cottage, on the grounds of the Governor General’s residence “until further notice.”
We need our country to commit to deeper carbon cuts and a 100% renewable energy future, to build momentum toward a robust global agreement at the Paris summit.
Forty-one days from now, on November 30, the United Nations climate change summit convenes in Paris. It’s a make-or-break meeting where...
Election results matter. Pick an issue, any issue. Pick the topic that first brought you to the Sierra Club. Whatever you’re most concerned about, the federal government probably has an impact, for good or for ill.
There’s an election going on. But did you notice almost none of the candidates are talking about the environment? I have, but I can’t say I’m surprised.
The Federal election is well underway… Former Prime Minister, Kim Campbell, famously said “The election is not a time to discuss serious issues”.
Last week, the heads of Canada’s largest environmental organizations, including our own Diane Beckett, met in New Brunswick. The main item on the agenda was the Bay of Fundy and the Energy East Pipeline.