Sep 30, 2015 – CBC News
More than half of Albertans want the province to adopt stronger climate change policies, even if that means oilsands producers are faced with higher costs, a new poll suggests.
Sep 29, 2015 – The Guardian
Mark Carney, the governor of the Bank of England, has warned that climate change will lead to financial crises and falling living standards unless the world’s leading countries do more to ensure that their companies come clean about their current and future carbon emissions.
Sep 28, 2015 – Wired
President Xi Jinping announced his country’s commitment to cutting emissions from the White House on September 24, the same day Pope Francis lectured Congress on how climate change is affecting the world’s poor. None of this is accidental.
Sep 23, 2015 – Mashable
In his first public remarks since arriving in the U.S. for an historic visit, Pope Francis jumped immediately into the hot-button issue of climate change policy by praising President Obama’s plan to curb emissions of planet-warming greenhouse gases.
Sep 14, 2015 – NBC News
Hundreds of buildings have been lost to a fast-moving Northern California wildfire that had forced thousands to flee Sunday and hospitalized four firefighters with second-degree burns.
Sep 10, 2015 – Winnipeg Free Press
Mayor Brian Bowman said Winnipeg needs a climate change co-ordinator and committed to making reports about the city’s greenhouse gas emissions public.
Sep 7, 2015 – CBC News
TransCanada says it’s looking into what may have caused a natural gas pipeline fire that sent a large fireball into the sky south of the Canada-U.S. border in Minnesota over the weekend.
Sep 5, 2015 – Winnipeg Free Press
As U.S. President Barack Obama implores world leaders to do more to combat climate change, the City of Winnipeg is doing less. The city parted ways this week with climate change co-ordinator Sean Madden, whose two-year contract ended Thursday. There are no immediate plans to replace him.
Sep 1, 2015 – Canadian Press
An international summit on Arctic issues that seems designed to burnish the green legacy of U.S. President Barack Obama is highlighting the absence of climate debate so far in Canada’s federal election.