Copenhagen Climate Change

Our Federal Climate Change Policy: Taking the Credit Without Doing The Work

P.J. Partington | Posted 10.10.2012 | Canada Politics
P.J. Partington

The spin from the federal government on this year's Canada's Emissions Trends report was that Canada is making "significant progress" towards its emissions targets, and this progress is the "result" of federal climate policies. While there is some good news in the report, the federal government is overstating its own efforts to tackle greenhouse gas pollution and understating the challenge facing federal and provincial governments in reaching our climate commitments.

What Do Climate Change and the Titanic Have in Common?

Errol P. Mendes | Posted 06.11.2012 | Canada
Errol P. Mendes

Just like the Titanic, the wealthy and most adaptable from the "First Class World" will jump into the lifeboats and try to save their most "worthy" citizens, while the poorest and the most vulnerable in the "Third Class World" will go down into waters and die when the "ship" has hit the two, three or four-degree iceberg.