The one flimsy argument climate change deniers have been holding onto — that it will make plants grow faster and bigger — has proven to be a poor one.
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The meetings were not previously made public.
If GDP goes down while other measures of well-being increase, what have we truly lost?
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Step inside Montreal’s Biodome and discover how a showcase for Americans morphed into a reminder for Canadians about their environmental impact.
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Had we designed cities with nature in mind, we'd see fewer issues around flooding, pollution and excessive heat.
Approved projects alone would produce 9.1 million tonnes per year by 2030, leaving less than 3 million tonnes per year for the rest of B.C.'s economy.
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Warmer weather has already helped spread ticks across Canada.
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Fires and floods have always been here — but as the world warms, they're increasing in frequency, size and severity.
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A coherent response to the climate crisis requires far-reaching steps to reduce climate pollution, move to a low-carbon economy and save nature at the same time.
Canada's environment minister would not comment on the report.
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Demanding constant economic growth on a finite planet with limited ability to renew resources is a recipe for overshoot.
People take part in a protest about climate change around New York City Hall at lower Manhattan, New York, November 29, 2015, a day before the start of the Paris Climate Change Conference (COP21). (Eduardo Munoz/Reuters)
Climate change is already costing Canadians money, and it will cost us more.
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Two degrees Celsius: That's the global temperature increment scientists say the world must stay beneath to avoid the worst effects of climate change. But according to a study published this week in th...
Harper was infamous for muzzling climate researchers during his tenure.