Catherine McKenna

Canadian Government: “consider the gendered impacts of climate change”

Guest essay by Eric Worrall Catherine McKenna, Canadian minister for the Environment and Climate Change is training “woman negotiators” to combat global warming. Canadian Climate Minister Urges Attention to the ‘Gendered Impacts’ of Climate Change by THOMAS D. WILLIAMS, PH.D. 10 Mar 20183407 Canada’s Minister of Environment and Climate Change is urging environmental activists to…

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Climate Explainers Tackle All That Snow

Guest essay by Eric Worrall The localised US “global warming hole” seems to have taken an excursion to Northern Africa, Europe, Russia, Asia and Great Britain over the last few weeks, but this hasn’t stopped climate explainers from trying to fit all that cold and snow into their global warming narrative. Q&A: What does all…

Christiana Figueres: Heavy Industry Dragging Down Green Progress

Guest essay by Eric Worrall Paris Agreement Architect and Former UNFCCC head Christiana Figueres is disappointed at the ongoing failure of heavy industry to reduce their dependency on vast amounts of reliable energy. INTERVIEW-Dirty industry undermines push to curb global warming – ex-UN climate chief by Sophie Hares | @SophieHares | Thomson Reuters Foundation Friday,…

Grist: Bitcoin Gobbling Up the Clean Energy Revolution

Guest essay by Eric Worrall Grist has joined the rising chorus of greens condemning the vast energy expenditures of Bitcoin miners. Bitcoin gobbles up clean energy — just when the real world needs it most By Eric Holthaus on Feb 16, 2018 One of the biggest near-term threats to our clean energy future doesn’t even…