Mar 29, 2016 / Climate Change

How will a warming climate impact water in Canada?

At Environmental Defence, we work hard to safeguard Canada’s water as well as our shared climate. This World Water Week, we wanted to take…Read More


Mar 21, 2016 / Clean Economy / Climate Change

Is a carbon pricing consensus coalescing in Canada?

Economists and environmentalists alike have stated for years that one of the most cost-effective ways to cut carbon pollution is to put a price…Read More


Mar 15, 2016 / Clean Economy / Climate Change

First Ministers’ meeting paves the way for strong climate action...if the Prime Minister seizes it

The recent meeting in Vancouver between Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and the premiers showed that there is the potential for strong, comprehensive action on…Read More


Feb 27, 2016 / Clean Economy / Climate Change

Ontario's new budget locks in climate action

Ontario has taken its most significant step yet in tackling climate change and building a low-carbon economy. Meeting emission reduction targets along with a…Read More


Feb 23, 2016 / Clean Economy / Climate Change

Skate to where the puck is going this RRSP season

This is a guest blog by Jonathan Lo, MBA, Vice President and Portfolio Specialist at AGF Investments Inc., who works on AGF’s North American…Read More


Feb 18, 2016 / Clean Economy / Climate Change / Guest

Greetings from California, where cap-and-trade is working

This is a guest blog by Dave Welch, the President of Infinera Corporation, a California based technology company, and Peter Miller, a senior scientist with the Natural Resources…Read More


Feb 04, 2016 / Clean Economy / Climate Change

Get outta my dreams, Get into my (electric) car

An electric vehicle (EV) future might seem like a far-away dream. But with the right investments, smart policies and clever design, we can get…Read More


Jan 29, 2016 / Climate Change

More Conservation, Less Pollution. Hurray!

Last week, we chalked up a win on climate change in Ontario. It’s not the kind of thing that grabs headlines. It’s likely that…Read More


Jan 12, 2016 / Clean Economy / Climate Change

Memo to Metrolinx: Ditch the gas plant and go solar

This is a guest blog by Jamie Kirkpatrick, Program Manager for Blue Green Canada an alliance between Canadian labour unions, environmental, and civil society…Read More


Jan 08, 2016 / Climate Change

Save Fundy

TransCanada wants to build Energy East, the largest-ever proposed tar sands oil pipeline from Alberta all the way to Saint John, New Brunswick. As…Read More