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All six federal parties were asked if they would aim to limit global warming to 1.5 degrees Celsius.
A new policy is being drafted by former Harper staffers dead set against carbon pricing. What's the worst that could happen?
Passing the 2009 Climate Change Accountability Act could close the gap between our country's ambitions and its actions.
U.S. banks and pension funds may pull out of the oilsands, but it's hard to see local institutions doing the same.
There are thousands of local governments that have been making great progress on the ground, and are willing and ready to do more.
Meeting Canada's Paris Agreement commitments could prove to be an employment bonanza.
From absurd claims that the voluntary agreement will impose "draconian financial and economic burdens" on the U.S. to petty, irrational fears that it confers advantages to other countries to the misguided notion that it can and should be renegotiated, Trump is either misinformed or lying.
One is the loneliest number.