Current Events

Submissions came in from across the world for the 11th Mobile Film Festival at COP21
COP20
Learn more about the 2015 UN climate talks from a seasoned attendee
After Canadians gave Prime Minister Trudeau a Climate Welcome, protester and youth organizer Kiki Wood demands Trudeau be accountable to young people when it comes to the environment
Canadian Flag
Canada and COP go way back, here's a brief history of Canada's representation, commitments and reputation during UN climate talks
Climate Action Network Canada has a few recommendations for our new government’s impact at COP21 Paris
Airplane
Is it hypocritical for environmentalists to jet to Paris for climate negotiations? Gideon Forman thinks not
Parliament Hill
Through civil disobedience, the #ClimateWelcome campaign aims to get Justin Trudeau to make commitments
An entire flock of dead Grey Crowned Cranes were discovered in South Luangwa National Park, Zambia
GreenPAC
GreenPAC put environment at the forefront of the elections — what does their success mean for Canada and the environment’s future?
Grass flag Canada
Justin Trudeau has a lot of work to do in the lead up to COP21 to begin repairing the damage of the Harper years
Dr. Vandana Shiva at Planet in Focus
The 16th Annual Planet in Focus Environmental Film Festival continues to successfully achieve its goal to “enlighten, engage, and entertain — through film”
Justin Trudeau
Will the Prime Minister-designate, live up to the significant promises he’s made on First Nations’ issues?
Justin Trudeau
The damage to Canada's environmental action and policies won't be reversed without some demanding from citizens
Canadian activist Tzeporah Berman reflects on activists’ tendencies towards negativity and why that needs to change
Elizabeth May
Days after the federal election, three petitions have emerged requesting that Elizabeth May be appointed as Environment Minister.
The International Crane Foundation has been saving cranes since 1973
Federal Election
A young Canadian's experience voting in the upcoming federal election
Volkswagen Scandal
What the Volkswagen Scandal can teach us about Canada’s transportation culture
Analyzing youth voter engagement and the current role of political parties in youth outreach
A railroad crossing in Rouge Park
Supporters of the Rouge National Urban Park are banking on a change of government October 19 to get needed ecological protection