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Real climate leadership and innovation in low-carbon business and technology is happening all around you.
There is hope within the international community for a low-carbon future, but as greenhouse gas emissions continue to rise, others fear that a solution may not come soon enough.
It's got four essential pieces that make it an ideal place to live. While we're working on it, it's going to take some time to build.
In her recent Slate article, author Daniel Gross asks "Can China be Green?" but it’s less a question of whether China can be green, than it is about when China can go green. The moment is now, and the people are speaking out.
Metro Vancouver is siting a proposed $470 million waste to energy project to deal with future regional growth, but is this a climate-wise answer to our waste issues?
Nancy Olewiler, Director of the SFU School of Public Policy, outlines the economic and policy implications of BC's LNG.
In the political arena, jobs and economic growth trump climate policy. But this doesn’t have to be an iron law.
Carbon taxes and cap and trade systems are spreading throughout North America.
Collaborative and high-tech solutions are needed for sustainability
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