"Keystone XL is now the most famous fossil fuel project killed by the climate movement,' said one veteran campaigner, "but it won't be the last."
"Countries that continue to oppose the WTO waiver—such as European Union countries, the United Kingdom, Switzerland, Canada, Australia, Norway, Japan, and Brazil—must now take action, too."
Expanding access to life-saving medical technologies during this pandemic is exactly what the world needs.
US President Biden’s Leaders Summit on Climate could spark a transformative shift in global climate action—if the U.S. and Canada embark on a fossil fuel production phase out.
If you don't have $20 million or sitting around you can just relax.
Canadian women leaders send an open letter to the Honourable Chrystia Freeland, Minister of Finance.
"Of course I would love to attend the Glasgow #COP26," she tweeted Friday. "But not unless everyone can take part on the same terms."
Privatization has left us scrambling for vaccines in today's pandemic—a dangerous situation that last week drove the desperate Trudeau government to announce a $415 million federal contribution to the expansion of vaccine production capacity at the old Connaught plant, now owned by French pharmaceutical giant Sanofi Pasteur.
DeSmog's investigation found that at least 65% of directors from 39 global banks had 940 connections to "climate-conflicted" industries.
"Today we stand on unceded, unsurrendered, illegally occupied Secwepemc land to show that we will not stop until the pipeline is terminated and the land is returned to the rightful title holders."
"Climate chaos is here. We cannot wait."
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