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...

Are outdoor sports facing elimination?

Climate change poses a major threat to all aspects of human life, and sports are no exception.Continue...

Music has the capacity to make climate resistance feel more personal

As individuals around the world grapple with the realities of the climate crisis, some artists are addressing it in a more emotionally charged manner—through music.Continue...

Individuals have just as much responsibility as governments to address the climate crisis

Over a week at the end of September, millions of people around the world—predominately young people—took to the streets to protest a lack of political and social action to mitigate the effects of our changing climate.Continue...

Talking Heads: Why are you protesting at the climate strike?

"To stand in solidarity with everyone else protesting across the country." Chonyi Iama, ArtSci '22 Continue...

Professor talks climate change and rising water levels in Lake Ontario

Over the summer, water levels in Lake Ontario and the St. Lawrence River rose significantly , affecting docks and other coastal infrastructure across Kingston, including the Gord Edgar Downie pier.Continue...

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