Climate crisis

Climate change is here to stay—and climate therapy might be too

A Q&A with therapist Jared Knoll, who treats farmers and university students with eco-anxiety and eco-grief

Conservative supporters try to block Climate Change signs before party leader Andrew Scheer's arrival at a rally in Annapolis Royal, N.S., on Sept. 20, 2019. (Frank Gunn/CP)

To win the next election, Conservatives need a credible climate plan

Ken Boessenkool: The 905 presents a massive opportunity for the Conservative Party, if they can come up with a climate plan that reels in accessible voters

The climate crisis is our biggest public health threat

Jane Philpott and Samantha Green: To tackle a global climate catastrophe, we should study how society has successfully faced other health crises

How climate change is leaving adorable snowshoe hares vulnerable

With a changing climate, camouflage has become hazardous for the common boreal forest hare. Will it have time to adapt?

This Ontario town is trying to be Canada’s first carbon-neutral community

The tiny village of Eden Mills is closing in on its goal, proving what collective action can achieve

Why we can’t shake our carbon-emitting habits, even as the world burns

If we know the situation is dire, why is it so hard to change our habits? Oh, 37 different reasons.

Climate change is making wildfires in Canada bigger, hotter and more dangerous

In B.C., Alberta and beyond, forest fires are getting larger and way more difficult to handle. Get used to it.

What the skyrocketing popularity of Beyond Meat means for our planet

The company and its many competitors are normalizing plant-based meat alternatives. But what will this shift mean for the meat industry?

What climate change would mean for Canada’s famous landmarks

Here are the possible effects of a warming planet, from Peggy’s Cove to Banff National Park and all the way to the Okanagan Valley

The climate crisis: “Yes, we should be scared.”

What will it take for popular opinion to catch up with the terrifying science? We talk to Canada’s top climate change experts.

Enough with the climate change half-measures. Canada has real solutions to consider.

Our editorial: It’s clear that both the Conservatives and Liberals look at climate change polling and see a reason for caution. But the science offers none.

Yes, climate change can be beaten by 2050. Here’s how.

A carbon-free world can be a reality. What would that mean for our jobs, homes and lives?