Despite the rhetoric about "green" hydro dams, the science suggests these projects actually help drive climate change through organic decay, deforestation, and construction-related emissions.
Canada's Arctic scientists have been muzzled by the Harper government from discussing record polar ice melt with the public, documents reveal.
From billions in coastal property damage to the effects of extreme weather on food production and the heat on productivity, The Economist calculates the cost of ignoring climate change.
A new report from the US Dept of Energy confirms that LNG and shale gas are in no way a climate benefit, as they're so often touted by leaders like BC's Christy Clark.
Pattison Outdoor has stirred up controversy by accepting a climate change-denying billboard in Calgary after rejecting one from Greenpeace that was pro-renewable energy.
Ray Grigg outlines four different climate futures we can choose today, based on how quickly we act.
A new report warns that natural gas seeping from 500,000 wellbores represent "a threat to environment and public safety", from groundwater contamination and greenhouse gases.
A recent White House climate report, written by top agencies like NASA, NOAA and the EPA, leaves no doubt climate change is here. So why the delay in meaningful action?
At a conference this week, Permier Christy Clark touted BC LNG as "the cleanest fossil fuel on the planet" - but scientific experts say she has her facts wrong.
BC Environment Ministry staff have warned their minister that the province's dreamed-of liquefied natural gas industry poses some big challenges with greenhouse gas emissions.