The climate is changing faster than at almost any time in our planet's history. Without a dramatic cut in greenhouse gas emissions, the die out in species could be astonishingly severe.
There is strong evidence that extreme weather events – such as hurricanes, floods, droughts and heat waves – are increasing because of climate change.
Canada has not been active in fighting climate change. Successive federal governments have promised action on climate change, but delivered little or nothing.
Uncertainties remain — particularly related to the timing, extent and regional variations of climate change — but there is mainstream scientific agreement on the following key facts:
As Canada officially took the chair of the Arctic Council today, Greenpeace sent a direct message to delegates at the ministerial meeting in Kiruna, Sweden, and launched an international mobilization online calling on Canada to put people and the...
Last week world leaders let us down at the Copenhagen climate summit. Instead of delivering a fair, ambitious and legally binding treaty that would protect the climate, leaders left without agreeing to the cuts in greenhouse gas emissions that...
A Climate Defenders Camp in the Kampar peninsula of Indonesia to bear witness to forest destruction there continues despite concerted government efforts to dismantle it.
On the eve of the G8 summit in Italy - our activists have been beaming a message on the Kremlin and floating a life-sized iceberg past the Eiffel tower to call for urgent action from world leaders to save the climate.
Two activists from Canada are involved in a Greenpeace action at the Fusina coal plant Marghera, near Venice Italy, as part of a major action to draw attention to coal and climate issues at the G8 summit.
Greenpeace strongly condemned the arrogance of the heads of state from the world’s most powerful countries today for presenting a ‘take it or leave it’ deal to the Copenhagen Climate Summit. While world leaders, including Stephen Harper, have...
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