As another COP24 ends, we look at the ‘carbon bomb’ fossil fuel projects around the world that would tip us past 1.5C of global warming. And we look forward to 2019, the year that people power will tip the scales back towards climate justice.
I’ve taken quite a few exams in my life and one thing’s always been the same: having the answer isn’t enough — to pass the test, I had to show that I did my work. It’s a measure that Trudeau himself, once a math teacher in Vancouver, should understand.
We’re calling for a fast and just transition to a Fossil Free world. Working together, we will end the use of fossil fuels and transition our world to 100% renewable energy for all. And we are calling on politicians to follow our lead.
Yesterday, TransCanada announced it was suspending its Energy East application after new rules to include climate impacts of the pipeline were added to the review. This is a win for the movement — and possibly the end of this tar sands pipeline.
In May 2017, three Pacific Islanders travelled half way across the world to visit the Canadian tar sands. They bore witness to the destructive project and built solidarity with Indigenous Peoples resisting tar sands expansion in Canada. Watch the film: