North America


The Long Road to Safety

Forrest Watkins | November 18th, 2016

Mexico, the United States and Canada announced on Wednesday their strategies to meet greenhouse gas emission targets for 2050.

Trump Card: Is America Leaving the UNFCCC?

Kya Lal | November 16th, 2016

Paris may not be dead but the international climate framework hasn’t been Trump-proofed, here’s why.

The Trial Of Our Lifetime

Katja Garson | November 15th, 2016

US Youth To Take Government To Court.

The Practicalities of Walking Away from the UNFCCC

Kya Lal | November 11th, 2016

Will the US pull out of the Paris Agreement, is it even possible?

Who’s Saying What on Trump

Forrest Watkins | November 10th, 2016

Emotions ran high as dawn broke in Marrakech, Morocco and media sources began to call the American election for Donald Trump. Delegates to the UN climate conference and civil society

Communicating Hope: Interview With Professor Sheila Jasanoff

Hamza Tahiri | December 7th, 2015

Many people feel overwhelmed about climate change. Graphs and statistics obscure the bigger picture that our atmosphere is becoming less hospitable to human life. Science is about impersonal observation, not a lived

Canada – COP21 Profile

admin | December 7th, 2015

In October 2015, a new national government was elected. Incoming Liberal Prime Minister Justin Trudeau pledged that Canada’s role in the UNFCCC will be climate positive, and that its policy

Canadian Election Brings Hope for the Environment

Andres Fuentes | October 29th, 2015

Canada’s new government wants to restore the nations international and environmental reputation.

Is Canada Ready for the Renewables Revolution?

Perla Hernandez | August 31st, 2015

As renewable energy becomes mainstream, why and how is Canada heading towards economic recession?