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April 4, 2016
Dusha Sritharan

Earlier this year, members of the Climate Access team partnered with the Toronto Environmental Alliance (TEA) to identify and evaluate climate engagement models that could help advance municipal climate action in Canada's largest city. TEA's Dusha Sritharan shares insights from the project, including a tip sheet on best practices in climate engagement.  

March 7, 2016
Rebecca Wodder

We live in challenging times. The shocks and stresses of global warming affect every community in one form or another. Rising seas and storm surges swamp coastal communities. Floods and droughts of biblical proportions are visited on city dwellers and farmers alike. Forest fires and landslides follow in the wake of dying trees and barren hillsides. Unfamiliar viruses travel northward with pests whose ranges expand with warmer temperatures.

February 29, 2016
Cara Pike

The conversation about climate change is is evolving in four key areas. Here’s what research and practice are telling us about this shift and emerging ways to tackle barriers and leverage opportunities for action. This blog is based on a recent Climate Access webinar.

February 25, 2016
Erick Lachapelle

by: Erick Lachapelle, Leah Stokes, Jennifer Marlon, Peter Howe and Matto Mildenberger

On the heels of a historic election and after the signing of a new international agreement on climate change in late 2015, many observers in Canada are asking where is the public on climate change and how much further do we need to go?

February 11, 2016
Amy Huva

In 2050, I’ll turn 65 and will hopefully be retiring from a career in which we solved climate change and no longer burn any fossil fuels.