Next Crisis: Canada's Unisurable Housing Market Brought to you by Extreme Weather
Recent Canadian Floods Beg for Intelligent Discussion on how to Allocate Finite Capital: Mitigation vs. Adaptation
Canada needs an informed national discussion pertaining to the optimal allocation of effort to be directed to mitigation vs. adaptation — the discussion should be based on fact, and not utopian wishful thinking.
VIDEO: Mayors Miller and Farbridge share thoughts on cities and climate change after recent TSSS event
VIDEO: Mayors Miller and Farbridge share thoughts on cities and climate change after recent TSSS event.
Business can't expect to continue with a drastically degraded environment - it looks like they might be starting to get the message.
Filling up your car may be dangerous to your health: Will you see this at your neighbourhood gas station?
Can a campaign aimed at convincing canadians to allow climate change warnings on gas pump nozzles, change the conversation around carbon pollution.
“It’s wrong to profit from wrecking the planet.” That’s what thousands of young people are saying across the U.S. who are demanding their colleges and universities strip fossil fuel investments from their endowment portfolios.
If a large number of property owners become uninsured, or ‘barely’ insured, the economic impact on the state will be much greater in the event of a catastrophe, because it will be forced to pick up the slack