The purpose of the 2008 Tallberg forum was threefold: to explore ‘boundary conditions’ imposed on man by nature; to identify and prioritize ‘counter-tipping points’; an
The future of environmental advocacy becomes clear when Canada's environmental heritage is contrasted with Sweden and Denmark's, pinpointing minor changes which can shift from a society where eco-f
This document summarizes B.C.'s actions to date, highlights new initiatives and points the way to longer term, future initiatives.
Canadians do care about the environment and do want to act, but face obstacles — not all of their own making.
The goal of contributing to positive social change in the direction of increased sustainability usually takes two forms: policy analysis to aid decision-makers, and informative or educational
Communications theories can be used to achieve long term changes in public understanding and maximize the impact of foundations’ programs.
When it comes to greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions, it can be demonstrated with a simple experiment that even well educated people have a difficult time understanding what it would take to reduce them
The strong scientific consensus on the causes and risks of climate change stands in stark contrast to widespread confusion and complacency among the public.
According to the IPCC, European territories must decrease their greenhouse gas emissions by a factor of 4 by 2050 by reducing usage by one third and shifting to renewable resources for the remainin
The impending threat of a dramatically changing climate arguably represents the most fundamental challenge to human systems ever encountered.
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