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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Green Economy Heroes podcast

Looking for some hope in hard times? Don't miss my new podcast on Green Economy Heroes. Since 2015, I’ve talked with hundreds of audiences across Canada about the climate crisis. A few years ago, most audiences were just learning that we have...

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Climate Law Practice Officially ReOpens

The law practice of Dianne Saxe, Ph.D. in Law, is open again. I'm focussing on climate law, because if we get this wrong, not much else will matter.

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Will Carbon Majors have to pay for climate damage? Part 4 of 4

(This is Part 4 of a four part article on climate liability being published in the Lawyer's Daily, based on a lecture I gave for Osgoode Hall Law School and the York Faculty of Environmental Studies.) As shown in Part 1 of this article,...

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Will Carbon Majors have to pay for climate damage? Part 3

(This is Part 3 of a four part article on climate liability being published in the Lawyer's Daily, based on a lecture I gave for Osgoode Hall Law School and the York Faculty of Environmental Studies.) As shown in Part 1...

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Questions on personal carbon footprints

A very attentive reader asked some excellent questions about my very last ECO work product, the factsheet on individual carbon footprints. We are so glad to see it being used. Here are the questions and the answers: "I’ve recently been...

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