Visual: Canadians and Indigenous leaders from coast to coast were out in full force at Sunday's giant People's Climate March in New York, carrying a message of hope that Canada will move from being a climate denier to a leader. Watch our inspiring wrap up video.
Environmentalists, First Nations, landowners, and concerned global citizens united to stop the reckless expansion of the Canadian tar sands. Learn More
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Blog Post: It’s official. Today more people took to the streets calling for climate action than on any other day in history. From New York City to Rio, London to Delhi -- we were everywhere.
Press Clipping: At the Union of B.C. Municipalities convention in Whistler this week, one visible sign of rising local government activism against oil pipeline projects from Alberta was on municipal leaders’ wrists: a simple blue band. Duncan city councillor Michelle Bell wore one. She, along with leaders of other heavyweight communities – Vancouver, Burnaby and Victoria – supported UBCM motions aimed squarely against Kinder Morgan and the National Energy Board.
Visual: Neil Young and Willie Nelson played before 8000 people at Harvest the Hope Concert.
Visual: The UN Climate Summit in New York City clearly moved the ball forward, not so much in the official speeches but on the streets and in the meeting rooms where corporate leaders, investors, Silicon Valley entrepreneurs and state and local officials pressed the case for stronger action. President Obama, for one, was as eloquent as ever: “For all the immediate challenges that we gather to address this week there’s one issue that will define the contours of this century more dramatically than any other, and that is the urgent and growing threat of a changing climate.”
Blog Post: Under a warm September sun, thousands spread out across the cornfield on the Tanderup family farm in Neligh, Nebraska and sang along with Neil Young and Willie Nelson to honor the beautiful Nebraska farms and ranches threatened by the proposed Keystone XL tar sands pipeline. This concert comes at a time when the fight against tar sands is gaining momentum and showing real results on the ground with postponement and cancellation of tar sands projects.
Press Clipping: Naomi Klein's new book, "This Changes Everything”, makes clear what we're up against and what has to happen. It is unambiguous in its condemnation of a system whose failures are now writ so large as to present the greatest mortal and moral threat our species has ever faced. She is equally unambiguous about what needs to be done, and who needs to do it. And when.