Greenpeace staged an extreme weather event today for delegates at the UN climate talks.
With only 34 days to go until the most important climate change summit of our time takes place in Copenhagen this December, Canada has once again been singled out as a major blockade to the strong global agreement that our planet desperately needs.
Banners totaling 220 feet in length display the names of 100,000 signatories to the KYOTOplus petition that calls on the Harper government to meet science-based targets for reducing Canada’s greenhouse gas emissions by 2020.
Greenpeace and representatives from Canada’s KYOTOplus climate coalition today raised giant banners on Parliament Hill representing the 100,000 Canadians who want action now from the Harper government on the climate crisis.
Saturday October 24th is the International Day of Climate Action. Around the world, events are being held to promote action on climate change.
Guest post by UWO student Sarah Bugeja One wintery day after a class at the University of Western Ontario, and an inspirational campus visit from David Suzuki a few weeks earlier, a couple of UWO students were motivated to try to ...
Join our 350-second noise-fest on October 24th International Day of Climate Action
Saturday, October 24, 2009 at 2:00 p.m. Montreal: Place des festivals (corner of Maisonneuve & Jeanne-Mance) Quebec...
My friend Bonita sent out a note yesterday to all of her friends, asking them to join her for Climate Day on Parliament Hill, October 24th - the International Day of Climate Action. "I'm going...And no, it's not just because I'm a...
Autumn colours in the Boreal forest near Slave Lake in northern Alberta, Canada.
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