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...

‘Don’t Look Up’ is all message, no movie

Deservedly or not, Don’t Look Up has earned a significant place in contemporary pop culture.Continue...

Challenging dominant worldviews through outdoor education is key to preventing climate disaster

Framing humanity and nature as separate created the climate crisis. Teaching our youth the opposite can end the cycle of environmental damage.Continue...

‘Rebellion’: The Journal sits down with David Suzuki to discuss climate resistance documentary

Although David Suzuki has been warning world leaders about climate change since the 1970s, his calls to reduce carbon emissions have fallen on deaf ears. Now, Greta Thunberg rallies the new generation to continue the fight for climate action.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...

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