Monthly Archives: July 2015

NYT and change in climate change conversation

A New York Times editorial today about “Setting Big Goals, Hillary Clinton Joins the Climate Battle” is indicative that the acid test for tackling climate change now seems to be whether politicians will commit to keeping fossil fuels ‘in the … Continue reading

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David Suzuki Blue Dot update

The inspirational David Suzuki has just posted this update about how well the Blue Dot movement is doing in Canada. As we measured in our Environmental Choices study, the David Suzuki Foundation is hugely influential in speaking to Canadians about … Continue reading

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Climate Change Risk Assessment

A report from the University of Cambridge was released today which considers the risks of climate change.

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10 Reasons

In June 2015, over 100 leading scientists called for a Moratorium on New Oil Sands Development.

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Rewiring the economy

As Prince Charles referred to in a speech earlier today, CISL has recently released a report about rewiring the economy to tackle climate change.  

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