Canada

Deirdre Fulton, staff writer
As Canada's provincial and territorial leaders meet Tuesday in Quebec City to develop a national energy strategy in the face of federal inaction on climate change, a new report warns that tar sands megaprojects like the Energy East pipeline could hinder the country's ability to reduce the greenhouse gas emissions blamed for global warming. "Canada...
Nadia Prupis, staff writer
Thousands of Canadians marched through the streets of Québec City, Québec on...
Nadia Prupis, staff writer
In the wake of a toxic fuel spill in Vancouver's English Bay this week,...

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In this season of renewal, some experts have begun pondering just how much of our only planet - victim of so much daily plunder and excess - can in fact be renewed. Their answer: Not enough. As part of the 2015 Global Population Speak Out campaign, three concerned organizations have created a stunning book of photos and essays to raise awareness of the crises we have created, and the way to shape a more sustainable future. Show it, they hope, and people will act.