The deep impacts of the climate crisis means Canadian media needs to do a better job at illustrating the connections on seemingly disparate issues, and come up with better solutions to mitigate global warming, says journalist Sean Holman.
A scientist with public policy experience, Liberal candidate Jennifer Grenz says she’s a bridge-builder who can help stakeholders agree on a course of action around tough issues such as climate change or saving salmon in the North Island-Powell River riding.
The Green Party is the sole party committed to denying fossil fuel expansion in order to fight climate change, said B.C.North Island-Powell River candidate Jessica Wegg.
The NDP is the best option for the North Island-Powell River riding when it comes to navigating an equitable COVID recovery, climate change, and the affordability crisis, says incumbent candidate Rachel Blaney.
It’s not clear if releasing the Liberal climate plan weeks into the election campaign will hurt or help Justin Trudeau secure votes in B.C., where one in four voters cite the climate crisis as their top issue.
The federal government has announced $340 million to build an Indigenous guardians network along with protected or conserved areas across Canada to combat climate change, protect biodiversity and foster reconciliation.
Rural and remote communities may be the hardest hit by wildfires, floods, droughts or thaws associated with climate change— but given these areas’ pronounced importance, all of Canada stands to suffer the consequences.
Squeezing out fish stomachs and poking through intestines may be distasteful, but it’s part of a collaborative effort by researchers and recreational fishermen to save endangered salmon and divine shifts to the marine food web as climate change advances.
Canada wastes a shocking amount of edible food, with significant costs to the environment as well as consumers’ bank accounts.