Climate Change

The complex politics of global warming results from numerous cofactors arising from the global economy's dependence on carbon dioxide (CO2) emitting fossil fuels; and because greenhouse gases such as CO2, methane and N2O (mostly from agriculture) cause global warming.

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CWF · 20 May 2022 English

and Canadian experts and politicians on border relations post-COVID: Crossing That Bridge Now That We’ve Come to It: COVID-19, the border and what we’ve learned and Talking to the Neighbours …

Assessment Act in making decisions regarding climate change. • We hosted an Arthur J.E. Child Pop-up Policy new commodity markets and are compatible with climate change targets. What it means for Canada’s West Western shutting down the world isn’t enough to fight climate change. Why nuclear? Why now? that discussed the value small modular reactors in achieving Canada’s climate change goals. • In 2021 we planned and in 2022 delivered utting-down-the-world-isnt-enough-to-fight-climate-change-why-nuclear-why-now/ https://cna.ca/2021/0


PHABC · 18 May 2022 English

The resiliency of Indigenous communities is evident through the retention and teaching of traditional food practices and cultures, including in schools and in community; this position seeks to ensure that …

health/socio-economic inequities; addressing climate change & healthy environments; contributing to a sustainable


School of Public Policy, University of Calgary · 17 May 2022 English

The state of knowledge in permafrost science and engineering, the progress made and the remaining challenges are also highlighted in the paper. [...] (2020) summarized the fundamental knowledge and advances …

anthropogenic activities; it is compounded with climate change, and its impacts on infrastructure are widespread service are not acceptable. In the context of climate change and widespread permafrost degradation, mitigation increase as permafrost continues thawing with climate change. It is essential to understand permafrost dynamics implementation of new infrastructure combined with climate change adds complexity to permafrost geosystems and sensitive environments are also widely affected by climate change. The mean (1948-2016) annual air temperatures


AMSSA · 17 May 2022 English

Our project is a long overdue response to this call to action in order to amplify and share stories from survivors of elder abuse in order to further understand the …

keeping Canada’s communities safe, fighting climate change, and moving forward on reconciliation with


PollutionWatch · 16 May 2022 English

By the end of the lives of the existing nuclear power plants, the NWMO estimates that the amount of nuclear fuel waste in storage near the shores of the Great …

our nomination in reply to Environment and Climate Change Canada’s (ECCC) and the U.S. Environmental than the Ontario Ministry of Environment and Climate Change does ECA [Environmental Compliance Approval]


POLIS Project on Ecological Governance, University of Victoria · 16 May 2022 English

lack of knowledge of conditions of small streams, understanding of landscape and climate change and effects on fish habitat) through culturally appropriate work, and consistent presence in the watershed

small streams, understanding of landscape and climate change and effects on fish habitat) through culturally


CSPI · 16 May 2022 English

Rationale: This question should be similar to the one answered by the 2020 DGAC—that is, “What is the relationship between types of dietary fat consumed and risk of cardiovascular disease?” …

identified slowing and mitigating the effects of climate change to be a top priority25 (the food system, including Panel on Climate Change. Climate Change and Land: An IPCC special report on climate change, desertification


PollutionWatch · 16 May 2022 English

The Inadequate Regulatory Oversight of the CNSC 1.1 Audit of the Canadian Commissioner of the Environment and Sustainable Development The CNSC Assessment asserts that “Canada’s regulatory framework remains current and …

Annex 3 of that Agreement.2 Environment and Climate Change Canada and the U.S. Environmental Protection .................... 7 3.1 Environment and Climate Change Canada finds Uranium from mines and mills toxic than the Ontario Ministry of Environment and Climate Change does ECA applicants. The corollary of awarding Evaluate Possible CMCs 3.1 Environment and Climate Change Canada finds Uranium from mines and mills toxic 2006, Environment Canada (now Environment and Climate Change Canada or “ECCC”) completed an ecological science


PollutionWatch · 13 May 2022 English

Disclaimer: The views, comments and recommendations provided in this report are those of the CELA and its author and not of its funders. [...] BRP is also the subject of …

Annex 3 of that Agreement.2 Environment and Climate Change Canada and the U.S. Environmental Protection


CAP · 13 May 2022 English

E V R E A D Y R E Q U I R E M E N T S R E P O R T VI 1.0 | T H …

to public policy debate on air pollution and climate change issues. Clean Air Partnership’s mission is 1: THE NEED FOR HUMANITY TO ACT ON CLIMATE CHANGE 2 CLIMATE CHANGE AND TRANSPORTATION 2 AIR POLLUTION REQUIREMENTS AND ZONING BY-LAWS 27 MUNICIPAL ACT AND CLIMATE CHANGE BYLAWS 28 PROS AND CONS OF EACH MUNICIPAL AUTHORITIES fires, and water supply concerns, among others. CLIMATE CHANGE AND TRANSPORTATION Our GHGs come from a variety another action we must accelerate to address our climate change challenge. EVs are a critical component of


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