Canada’s carbon reduction promises are deemed “insufficient” and the United States is labelled “critically insufficient” in a new rating system introduced this week to assess progress toward the 1.5°C long-term ...

Climate Impacts & Adaptation


More and more of the world’s trees and plants are in “recovery mode” from past droughts, and they’re starting to take longer to recover, according to a recent study in ...

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With climate-fueled severe storms pummelling oil and gas operations on the U.S. Gulf Coast, some climate adaptation specialists are beginning to ask what will become of coastal communities when their ...

Opinion & Analysis


Adding insult to continuing grievous injury, the notorious Highway of Tears between Prince George and Prince Rupert, British Columbia may see an influx of up to 6,000 energy workers over ...


Despite the avalanche of good news about the rise of renewable energy, global fossil fuel consumption has grown 2.4 times faster than renewables over the last decade, analyst Barry Saxifrage ...


The U.S. International Trade Commission (ITC) has ruled unanimously in favour of a petition by bankrupt Suniva Inc., claiming its business was damaged by low-cost solar module imports.