facebook_pixel

Helping one another in times of climate breakdown

Oct 13, 2017 by Guest Blog ()

Categories: Climate Change

This is a guest blog by:  Lucy Cummings, Faith & The Common Good; Sheila Murray, Toronto CREW; and Chris Winter, Climate Action Canada “Recovery from natural and other…Read More


People Power at EDIT: Design Expo of the Future

Oct 11, 2017 by Rachel Kitchin (Digital Engagement Manager)

Categories: Clean Economy

What would you say if someone asked you to describe your vision of the future?  Be honest, did your first thought include flying cars?…Read More


The slime monster is back: an algae bloom descends on Canadian Lake Erie beaches

Oct 06, 2017 by Guest Blog ()

Categories: Great Lakes

Guest blog by Nancy Goucher from Freshwater Future Canada. If you’ve visited a beach along the western Canadian shores of Lake Erie lately, you…Read More


Victory! Energy East is dead

Oct 05, 2017 by Patrick DeRochie (Program Manager, Climate & Energy)

Categories: Energy East

TransCanada just pulled the plug on Energy East. This is a huge victory, and good news for the climate and all Canadians that stood…Read More


Ready, set, investigate! National competition invites Canadian youth to share local plastic pollution solutions

Oct 05, 2017 by Jen Mayville (Communications Manager)

Categories: YRE News

Hey, students! The world has a big plastic pollution problem on its hands. And there’s a creative way for you to be part of…Read More


Getting rid of the Ontario Municipal Board is good news but your voice matters more than ever

Oct 03, 2017 by Susan Lloyd Swail (Smart Growth Consultant)

Categories: Greenbelt, Smart Growth, Uncategorized

Last October, the province began the review of the Ontario Municipal Board (OMB). Over 5,000 emails and postcards were sent by Ontarians urging the…Read More


The federal government thinks you should pay for TransCanada’s dirty work

Oct 02, 2017 by Patrick DeRochie (Program Manager, Climate & Energy)

Categories: Energy East

The federal government is offering to foot the bill for the additional cost of assessing the carbon pollution associated with the proposed Energy East…Read More


Never heard of Ontario’s Building Code? It’s not as boring as you’d think

Sep 28, 2017 by Sarah Buchanan (Program Manager, Clean Economy)

Categories: Clean Economy, Climate Change

Imagine you’re at a dinner party, and the friend you brought along starts into a story with the phrase “So they’re proposing some changes…Read More


Joining the Carbon Club: Ontario enters North America’s largest carbon market

Sep 25, 2017 by Sarah Buchanan (Program Manager, Clean Economy)

Categories: Clean Economy

  It’s official. Ontario has now joined California and Quebec as a fellow “insurgent force” in the global fight against climate change. With Ontario…Read More


New report shreds pro-pipeline myths

Sep 21, 2017 by Patrick DeRochie (Program Manager, Climate & Energy)

Categories: Climate Change, Energy East

Building pipelines to tidewater—like Energy East—will not fetch higher prices for tar sands oil. And we don’t need more tar sands pipelines to supply…Read More


X