Let's vote together to end 10 years of Harper rule! Leadnow's Vote Together campaign connects the millions of people who want change on October 19th with the information and tools they need to defeat the Harper Conservatives.
Are you a Canadian citizen? Then pledge to vote for the candidate and party most likely to rebuild and strengthen Canada’s environmental laws in order to safeguard our health, climate, nature and democracy. I believe that rebuilding our environmental safety net must occur in an open, collaborative manner, informed by the best available science and Indigenous knowledge.
The Government of Alberta is creating a fresh plan to address climate change in the province, and it needs to hear your voice! Attend an open house or check out the GET FRESH, Alberta! website for more information on how you create a clean energy future for Alberta.
In Election 2015, it’s time to vote environment. Help rebuild Canada’s environmental safety net – pledge to vote for a candidate who will enact strong environmental laws and protect what Canadians love.
Faced with the urgency of climate change and the mounting scientific evidence that most known fossil fuel reserves must be left buried, Québec public figures ranging from artists and academics to climate activists, ex-politicians and student leaders have launched the Élan Global Manifesto.
We need to do more than just try to make climate change a talked about election issue. We need to use this election to change climate politics in Canada, and we need to do it within a broken system. We need to think outside the box to meet the climate crisis with an appropriately ambitious response. Check out 350.org's plan to change Canada's climate politics this election and beyond.
The David Suzuki Foundation is helping shape the upcoming Globe and Mail Leaders Debate to ensure it includes questions on the environment. They have come up with a thoughtful list of questions to ask The Globe's debate monitor. To take part, simply share and retweet The David Suzuki Foundation's posts, or come up with your own questions about the environment using the hashtag #GlobeDebate.
Hundreds of thousands of barrels of volatile crude oil pass through Canadian communities by unsafe trains every day. Past our homes, our workplaces, our schools, and our lakes, rivers and coastlines. Don’t let your community be the next preventable rail tragedy. Speak out now to protect our communities!