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The Boiling Pot

On the surface, things appear normal but beneath the lid, a pot of trends is coming to a boil.

Epiconomics 102 : The Sunlight Economy

The adoption of The Paris Agreement by 195 countries on December 12, 2015 marks the end of the era of fossil fuels.

Soil4Climate: New Organization Fights Global Warming From The Ground Up

Soil4Climate is inspired by innovative farmers, ranchers and other land managers who are increasing soil carbon while providing environmental and health benefits.

The Other Fire: Fort McMurray's Slow Burn

At the end of the day the $10-billion wildfire that consumed 2400 homes and buildings in Fort McMurray may be the least of the region's problems.

After Paris, A Move to Rein In Emissions by Ships and Planes

As the world moves to slash CO2 emissions, the shipping and aviation sectors have managed to remain on the sidelines. But the pressure is now on these two major polluting industries to start controlling their emissions at last.

Explaining the Anthropocene

“We don’t know how long we have before climate change goes from dangerous to extremely dangerous, but we know that continuing with business as usual makes such a shift increasingly likely.”

Film review: 'This Changes Everything'

Although the title is 'This Changes Everything', you are left with the sense that very little is actually changing for the better at all.

What Does the Paris Agreement Mean for the Oceans

The world’s oceans absorb about a quarter of the CO2 and more than 90% of the heat that accumulates in the atmosphere because of human activity, modulating the climate changes we see at the surface. But they do so at huge cost.

Millions of Americans Now Claim Donald Trump Does Not Exist

Perhaps partly in response to Trump’s and Cramer’s climate views, surveys now suggest that millions of Americans doubt Donald Trump’s existence.

We are all Albertans now

Vilifying Alberta's tar sands operations because of the climate-change related wildfires now scorching the province is a misreading of how climate change proceeds and a facile strategy for shifting blame away from all of us who continue to create demand for the oil the tar sands produce.

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