Climate change

Canadian climate neglected

Climate change was a hot topic in September, with politicians and celebrities alike focusing on issues of sustainability and global protests highlighting a need for action.Continue...

A changing atmosphere

Climate change is happening, and is likely to impact Kingston’s animal population — including the famed Kingston squirrel.Continue...

Views on climate change vary

Since 1948, Canada’s national average temperature for winter months has risen by 3.2 degrees.Continue...

Queen's behind on climate action plan

Two years after signing an important climate change agreement, Queen's has failed to meet certain conditions.Continue...

Queen's at climate crossroads

Canada and Queen's have reached a fork in the road when it comes to climate change policy.Continue...

Divestment from fossil fuels is overdue for Queen’s

The world’s continued use and exploitation of fossil fuels has been scientifically proven to affect the climate. Climate change isn’t just warmer weather around the globe, it’s more rain, more severe weather and more frequent natural disasters like Hurricanes Harvey and Irma.Continue...

Queen’s alum named Canadian ambassador to climate change

When speaking about her new role as Canadian climate change ambassador, Jennifer MacIntyre focused on potential: “If you ask about the challenges, I think my brain switches immediately to the opportunity.”Continue...

Updated: AMS executive disband Commission on Environmental Affairs

A motion to dissolve the Commission of Environmental Affairs was passed during AMS Assembly on Jan. 19.Continue...

Sustainability is more than a week-long commitment

This week, Queen’s campus celebrated Sustainability Week, a week to promote environmental initiatives on campus.Continue...

Queen’s to announce Climate Action Plan

In today's Board of Trustees meeting, Queen’s University will publicly unveil its plan to become completely carbon neutral by the year 2040.

With milestone targets for 2020 and 2030, the...Continue...

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