Indigenous Resistance has stopped or delayed fossil fuel projects worth over 400 new coal plants’ worth of emissions. It's time to recognize that real climate leadership looks like Indigenous Peoples defending the earth.
by Odette Auger
Nuxalk eviction of mining company is the most recent action in a 170-year long fight – colonizers have been illegally occupying their territory for gold since the gold rush, says Nuskmata, Jacinda Mack.
Read Island maps reveal fragile network of remaining forest, and priority areas for deferral. Is the BC government willing (or even able) to listen?
by Lannie Keller
With as many as a million species set to vanish, biodiversity urgently needs a global monitoring system – and a higher political profile
by Stephen Leahy
What do they look like – the people behind a corporate juggernaut devouring small-town Alberta? Much like you and me.
by Dianne Bersea
The People's COP
October | November 2021
Faced with the immediacy of the climate crisis, and fed up with waiting for action from on high, people everywhere are taking matters into their own hands – working within their communities and Indigenous Nations, with municipal governments and citizen’s groups to achieve decarbonization at the local level and build community resilience.