New Offshore Legislation on Environmental Protection Now in Effect

Legislation ensures companies operating offshore can cover cleanup costs and that the polluter pays not taxpayers,
Posted On 26 Feb 2016
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UN chief praises Trudeau for role in climate-change talks

Ban welcomes Trudeau’s plan to rebuild a robust relationship with the UN, saying Canada has a long and distinguished partnership with the organization.
Posted On 13 Feb 2016
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National Energy Board not fulfilling its oversight role for pipeline safety

The Board needs to do more to keep pace with pipeline project proposals, the corresponding public interest and recent regulatory changes.
Posted On 26 Jan 2016
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Emissions cuts boost health and wealth

It’s not just the planet that benefits from reductions in carbon dioxide and other greenhouse gases that intensify global warming.
Posted On 10 Jan 2016
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Rising Sea Levels – The New Reality

Scientists have found evidence suggesting that melting icecap water from the interior of Greenland is adding to sea level rise faster than previously realized.
Posted On 09 Jan 2016
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More warming will bring a more polluted future

Global warming will increase airborne aerosols and cause more atmospheric pollution
Posted On 15 Nov 2015
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Beyond the Climate Refugee: Migration as Adaptation

Misconceptions about climate-induced migration could lead to inadequate support for affected populations.
Posted On 25 Jul 2015
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How great are the risks posed by climate change?

Report commissioned by the UK government says the risks of climate change are comparable to those posed by nuclear conflict.
Posted On 18 Jul 2015
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