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Going From Grey To Green: 9 Tips For Cities In Transition

Bex Dawkes | Posted 10.18.2016 | Canada Politics
Bex Dawkes

Cities are more important than ever in efforts to address climate change. By 2050 global city populations are expected to almost double in size, but urban areas already account for nearly 75 per cent of total carbon emissions. Cities all around the planet have the opportunity to transition "from grey to green."

Ai Weiwei Pulls Work From Denmark To Protest Migrant Law

CP | Jan M. Olsen And Karl Ritter, The Associated Press | Posted 01.27.2017 | Canada

"Basically it's an insult to human dignity to have that kind of policy."

After Copenhagen, Let the Defiance of Paris Lead Us

Lauryn Oates | Posted 04.19.2015 | Canada
Lauryn Oates

On January 7, I happened to be driving through the 11th arrondisement of Paris when I saw a police van jolt to a stop and a half dozen officers jump o...

Toronto Transit Solutions No One Is Talking About

Jon Packer | Posted 11.29.2014 | Canada Living
Jon Packer

Public transit alone will not solve our congestion problems or improve the health of our cities. Here then is a selection of transit solutions NOT making headlines in Toronto's municipal elections.

If You Don't Believe in Climate Change, Just Look Out the Window

David Suzuki | Posted 03.17.2014 | Canada
David Suzuki

The world first heard urgent climate change warnings in 1988, issued by an international meeting of climatologists in Toronto. The evidence then was so compelling that one report declared global warming a threat to human survival second only to nuclear war and called for a 20 per cent reduction in greenhouse gas emissions over 15 years. The anecdotes in a new film, Climate Change in Atlantic Canada, add up to an overwhelming warning that social, economic and ecological costs are rapidly mounting and we must take climate change seriously. As one person says, "If you don't believe it, just look out the window."

Canada is the Rob Ford of Global Climate Talks

Cameron Fenton | Posted 01.23.2014 | Canada
Cameron Fenton

Canada has been called a laggard when it comes to climate action, but the reality is that it's far worse than that, our policies and politicians are making us into a climate denier as a nation. Environment Minister, Leona Aglukkaq's statement that climate change was "debatable" is just a tiny glimpse into the harsh reality of the Harper government.

Canada Massively Fails to Meet Copenhagen Targets, Calls it "Progress"

DeSmog Canada | Posted 01.23.2014 | Canada
DeSmog Canada

Canada's carbon emissions in 2020 will be 20% per cent higher than Harper government's promised reductions under the 2009 Copenhagen Accord. More impo...


CP | Bruce Cheadle, The Canadian Press | Posted 01.23.2014 | Canada Politics

OTTAWA - The latest internal government report confirms Canada is not close to being on track to meet its promised target for emissions cuts by the ye...

Trentemøller Adds Indie Rock Stars To His Melancholic EDM

HuffPost Canada Music | Erik Leijon | Posted 10.01.2013 | Canada Music

When Danish producer Anders Trentemøller is absorbed in work in his Copenhagen studio, there's little from the outside world capable of knocking him ...

What to Do in Denmark

Vitamin Daily | Posted 10.23.2013 | Canada Travel
Vitamin Daily's Fashion Editor Alexandra Suhner Isenberg is spending the summer in Europe (ya, we're jealous, too!); herewith, her fieldnotes from Copenhagen.

Noma Chef Rene Redzepi on Food, Accidental Fame and Facing Critics | Posted 06.13.2013 | Canada Living

Like many accidental celebrities, Rene Redzepi found himself performing tasks he never endeavoured to perform. "We got very confused at Noma when we first started having success. I went to cooking school to learn to whip a bernaise, not how to deal with the New York Times in a press conference."

With Friends Like Obama...

Christopher Sands | Posted 01.14.2012 | Canada Politics
Christopher Sands

Harper has been a great friend to Obama: supportive of the U.S. global warming approach at Copenhagen and Cancun, supporting the U.S.-led NATO mission in Afghanistan, and offering to sell renewable hydroelectric power as well as oil and gas to energize an American economic recovery. But as many have discovered, it doesn't pay to be Obama's friend.