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ANALYSIS: The Progressive Conservatives have promised to repeal the legislation — but farmers and residents have been counting on the income that renewable energy generates.
ANALYSIS: The Progressive Conservatives have promised to dismantle the pollution-pricing system — but doing that won’t be easy or cheap, writes Tim Alamenciak.
OPINION: Ken Ranney and Paul Cragg are running for the Stop Climate Change party. They won’t win, writes Tim Alamenciak, but we should listen to what they have to say.
Climate change will put the province in the path of more weather-related disasters, but not all municipalities are ready to manage the threat.
ANALYSIS: Climate change hasn’t been a dominant issue this election season — but the province’s future depends on what our politicians choose to do about it, writes Tim Alamenciak.
At a workshop in Toronto this week, reporters and editors will explore what great sustainability journalism could look like — and what the barriers to producing such journalism are in Canada.
Policies and administrations change — the UN’s 17 global goals help keep nations focused on the priorities that shouldn’t.
ANALYSIS: Canada is working toward achieving the UN’s sustainable development goals — and Ontario has an important policy role to play, writes Afnan Naeem.
How can we prepare for worst-case-scenario storms when climate change means we can’t accurately predict what the worst-case scenario is?
OPINION: A new report identifies freight as a major environmental concern for Ontario. Policy could help address it — but so can we, writes Tim Alamenciak.
Road salt is a necessary evil, but Ontario uses far too much of it — and that could spell trouble for the environment.
The province is slowly agreeing to study the health effects of the petrochemical industry along the St. Clair River.
During the Cold War, millions were hypothetically killed in a simulated Soviet nuclear strike on Canada.