New York Releases New Plan for a Strong and Just City

New Sustainability Plan establishes bold goals and specific targets for a strong, sustainable, resilient, and more equitable city
Posted On 25 Apr 2015
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Canadians support carbon pricing – but doubt its effectiveness

Just over half say federal government isn’t paying enough attention to climate change
Posted On 22 Apr 2015
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Canada as an Energy Superpower- A Concept Revisited

Canada has the potential to become leader in responsible energy development on the world stage - a new tyoe of energy superpower
Posted On 21 Apr 2015
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Closing the $70 Billion Climate Finance Gap – End Fossil Fuel Subsidies

“Fossil fuel subsidies send out a terrible signal: burn more carbon.” World Bank President Jim Yong Kim.
Posted On 13 Apr 2015
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Economies that go 100% renewable could save $520 Billion a year

Going 100% green in energy use is good not only for the economy, but also for business. the savings are enormous.
Posted On 10 Apr 2015
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Woodlands revival adds new piece to carbon cycle puzzle

“A lot rides on human decisions to slow climate change. The clock is ticking for the future of these forests”
Posted On 09 Apr 2015
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One Million Green Jobs by 2030 – Is that the best we can do?

The widely published estimate of one million green jobs by 2030 is extremely conservative. Much more must be done to meet the 2°C compatible trajectory
Posted On 08 Apr 2015
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The Great Leaks: Water Use and Scarcity in Canada

Unless Canadians start consuming less, we may face a water shortage. Yet by global standards, Canada remains lucky.
Posted On 07 Apr 2015
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