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

Dec 29, 2015 / Clean Economy / Climate Change

Climate Action in Ontario: Year in Review 2015

2015 could turn out to be a watershed year for climate action in Ontario. So much has happened in the world of climate and…Read More

Dec 23, 2015 / Clean Economy / Climate Change / Livable Communities / Safeguarding Freshwater / Toxics

A great year – thanks to you!

With the holidays approaching quickly, we’re looking back at a turning point year for environmental progress in Canada – made possible by your support…Read More

Dec 23, 2015 / Climate Change / Safeguarding Freshwater

Climate change causing multiple problems for the Great Lakes

As Ontario is experiencing an unseasonably warm winter, new research reveals that climate change is causing the Great Lakes, which hold 20 per cent…Read More

Dec 22, 2015 / Clean Economy / Climate Change

Ontario’s climate strategy takes shape: Part 2

There’s been such a flurry of activity and announcements on climate change over the last month that it’s been hard to stay on top…Read More

Dec 15, 2015 / Clean Economy / Climate Change

The Paris Agreement: A Historic Moment Driven by a Historic Movement

I had a front row seat to a historic moment. As a delegate to the U.N. climate conference in Paris, I was able to…Read More

Dec 11, 2015 / Clean Economy / Climate Change

Canada Night at COP21 in Paris celebrated provincial climate action

I’m here in Paris at the U.N. climate conference, with thousands of observers from around the world. It’s been a rollercoaster, watching these negotiations…Read More

Dec 11, 2015 / Clean Economy / Climate Change

Dispatch from Paris: The Transformation of Cities

This is a guest blog by Laura Tozer, a University of Toronto PhD Candidate. Laura’s research focuses on cities and climate action. She is in…Read More