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Podcast
Sep 20, 2017
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Pacific workers facing issues on many fronts

Asia Pacific Currents
Many Pacific workers travel to Australia to work and provide for their families at home. While there is work in Australia, there are also many problems.
Blog
Sep 13, 2017
Image: Flickr/TAFE SA TONSLEY

Can emissions shrink while the economy grows?

David Suzuki
The Pan-Canadian Framework expresses optimism that we can reduce emissions while expanding the economy. But, as the Nature Climate Change study asserts, "green growth" is likely an oxymoron.
Blog
Sep 12, 2017

What's 'natural' about a natural disaster? Not much

Caroline Grego
Catastrophic storms and other disasters are not anomalies but signs that systems of environmental exploitation, corporate greed, and laissez-faire government are working exactly as they should be.
Podcast
Aug 17, 2017
Connecting Climate Change to Social Change Panel

Connecting Climate Change to Social Change

Needs No Introduction
Climate Change isn't just about economics and science. It's about our entire way of life. This panel from the 5th Annual Tommy Douglas Institute explores the connections.
Blog
Aug 17, 2017
Image: Wikimedia Commons/ChadPerez49

A curriculum for the climate change age

Lizanne Foster
Have you heard of First Peoples Principles of Learning, a list of approaches to learning common amongst Indigenous peoples for the multiple millennia before colonization and the residential schools?
Blog
Aug 16, 2017
Image: Flickr/U.S. Department of Agriculture

Wildfires are a climate change wake-up call

David Suzuki
Climate change doesn't necessarily start fires -- lightning, unattended campfires, carelessly tossed cigarette butts and sparks are major causes -- but it creates conditions for more and larger fires.

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