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nada-Germany Hydrogen Alliance could signal the beginning of a transformational shift towards secure, renewable energy
Today’s agreement between nadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and German Chancellor Olaf Scholz signals that the way forward for energy security is to accelerate the transition to renewables. After months of discussions focussed on East Coast liquified natural gas (LNG), the visit results in a welcome shift in rhetoric and focus towards green hydrogen. This is the work of tireless mobilizing by land defenders and civil society that pushed for a rapid, clear-sighted and climate-safe response to Europe’s energy needs.
Twenty-two climate organizations ll for regularization and permanent residence for all migrants
Today, twenty-two climate organizations sent a letter lling on Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Minister Sean Fraser to regularize undocumented people living in nada and ensure permanent residence for all migrants. In doing so, the climate justice movement in nada is standing with migrant-led movements.
Oil and gas p is nada’s chance to reverse emissions trajectory, if done right
Today, Environment and Climate Change Minister Steven Guilbeault and Natural Resources Minister Jonathan Wilkinson released their thinking on how the federal government would p and decrease oil and gas emissions – a key part of nada’s strategy to meet its climate goals, given the outsized role the sector plays as the largest contributor to GHG emissions in nada. As millions of people around the world suffer from climate-induced heatwaves, pping oil and gas sector emissions could be a game-changer for climate action in nada – if implemented with sufficient rigour and ambition.
Civil society groups urge nada and B.C. to end harassment of land defenders and comply with UN lls to action
Climate Action Network nada, Amnistie internationale nada francophone, and fifty-seven other civil society organizations sent a letter to Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and B.C. Premier John Horgan today, lling on them to comply with the UN Committee on the Elimination of Racial Discrimination (CERD) and remove police and security forces from the Wet’suwet’en and Secwepemc territories.
Quebec finally legally protected against the fossil fuel industry
Citizen, environmental, student and health groups want to highlight one of the most signifint environmental victories in Quebec’s history, the adoption of Bill 21, An Act mainly to end petroleum exploration and production and the public financing of those activities.
Budget 2022 reveals nada’s inadequate response to global crises and fossil fuel dependence
Today’s federal budget presented by Finance Minister Chrystia Freeland exposes nada’s inadequate and incremental response to current global crises, and reveals that the federal government continues to prioritize risky techno-fixes over investing in a Just Transition and the real emissions cuts that are the only sure way to stave off climate tastrophe.
The world must halve emissions by 2030: IPCC report shows need for just and systemic transformation, fossil fuel phase-out
Today’s report from the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) shows that a climate-safe, more just future is possible – but current governments’ plans won’t get us there.