Media of note

Bloomberg Green

‘Climate change in action’: Scientist says fires in Alberta linked to climate change’ by Canadian Press’s Colette Derworiz, June 9, 2019

‘There will be floods’ by Toronto Star Investigative Reporter, Brendan Kennedy, June 6, 2019

‘How long could it take to clean up Alberta’s oilpatch? 2,800 years, Alberta Energy Regulator official warns’ by Star Calgary reporter, Emma McIntosh and Observer’s reporter, Mike De Souza, June 3, 2019

‘Fire Alarm: This is not a drill’ by Star Calgary reporter, Emma McIntosh, June 3, 2019

‘If Seeing the World Helps Ruin It, Should We Stay Home?’ by New York Times Metro reporter, Andy Newman, June 3, 2019

‘UN head calls again for end to fossil fuel subsidies’ by Radio New Zealand, May 31, 2019

‘Open for Business’ by Toronto Star Investigative Reporter, Kenyon Wallace, May 27, 2019

‘We have less time than you think to jump-start climate action’ by CNN’s Helen Mountford, May 23, 2019

‘Architect of Paris Agreement says we need to ‘go exponential’ to beat climate crisis’ by National Observer’s Fatima Syed, May 22, 2019

‘Toronto keeps flooding when it rains hard. Here’s why.’ by Toronto Star Investigative Reporter, Moira Welsh, May 21, 2019

The heat is on over the climate crisis. Only radical measures will work’, The Guardian, Gaia Vince, May 18, 2019

’14 leading national environmental organizations release platform expectations for the federal election’ by Environmental Defence, May 7, 2019

‘Doug Ford says carbon taxes will cost us. Here are six reasons not to believe him.’ by Toronto Star Business Columnist, David Olive, May 10, 2019

The financial sector must be at the heart of tackling climate change’ by the Guardian, April 17, 2019

‘Canada warming faster than the rest of the world, says Environment Canada’ by Toronto Star’s Alex Ballingall, April 1, 2019

‘For Canadian politicians, it’s riskier to ignore climate change than it is to propose solutions.’ by Bruce Anderson of Abacus Data, November 9, 2017

2019 federal election platform guide: Where the parties stand on everything, Macleans

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