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For the love of the game

Hockey could finally take the politics out of the climate change debate

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Google mapping climate change

A new open-data methane emissions project shows that the most meaningful solutions to climate change come from the most unlikely alliances

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B.C. backs LED street lighting for municipalities

Proponents hope Ontario and other provinces will follow

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Culture happened here

When it comes to creating sustainable, liveable cities, young people are finding that old is sometimes better than new

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Taking couples therapy to the next level

Extractive companies and non-profits are talking about their issues to make sure local communities benefit

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Setting a global transparency standard is like herding cats

Global transparency standards would help ensure equal distribution of resource revenues from multinationals, but agreeing on an international rule is not easy.

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Climate anxiety tightens its grip

Extreme weather and other catastrophic events linked to climate change will have a profound impact on the mental health of citizens. Are we prepared for it?

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Making pollinators political

Home Depot and other U.S. stores want to label a pesticide linked to bee deaths, but political action is also needed to save the world’s pollinators.

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When you know better, you do better

Investors need more robust information on climate change risks if they are going to save the planet

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