Municipal Climate Emergency Declarations

Hats off to Kingston, Hamilton and West Nipissing for adopting municipal climate emergency declarations. (My deep thanks to everyone who made this possible.) They join Vancouver, Halifax, Edmonston and hundreds of Quebec municipalities. The next step is to turn the declarations into real action on the three key areas that matter most: reducing climate pollution, getting ready for what's coming, and speaking up about both of them.

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Sarnia declares climate emergency

Sarnia, the home of Ontario's Chemical Valley and a major petrochemical industry hub, declared a climate emergency yesterday, the very day that the Canadian House of Commons did the same. It's a great first step. Now, what about action?

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Ontario paying more for less

Amazing how expensive the Ontario PC climate plan is to achieve so little. Nearly three times the cost for 1/3 the result, per expert analysis by Enviroeconomics.

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McMurtry Fellowship

I am pleased to announce that I have been awarded the McMurtry Visiting Clinical Fellowship 2019/20 by Osgoode Hall Law School, in collaboration with the Faculty of Environmental Studies at York University. I will be giving guest lectures, mentoring students...

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Climate emergency presentation now freely available

A full video of my climate emergency presentation is now available, free of charge, with deep thanks to filmmaker Kathy Garneau, and to the host of this presentation, St. Michael's College at the University of Toronto. Please encourage others to...

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