If you were discouraged by December's news that Canada would be withdrawing from Kyoto, there is new hope in the form of a Federal Court challenge – led by former MP Daniel Turp, now a law professor at the Université de Montréal – contesting the legality of the decision.
Handling the case for Turp's group is constitutional expert Julius Grey, who will argue that,...
The fresh sting of the Kyoto pull-out.
Disappointment in Durban.
Traffic jams in Montreal.
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Were you upset by Canada's announcement that it would not be signing onto the second phase of Kyoto?
Let the federal government know!
Take part in a demonstration on December 10 at Place du Canada in Montreal organized by the Association québécoise de lutte à la pollution atmosphérique (AQLPA) and other partners.
Leaflets condemning Canada for negotiating in bad faith circulated yesterday in Durban, South Africa, marking the arrival of Canada's Environment Minister Peter Kent at the UN climate talks underway until December 9.
Durban is making headlines right now as delegates from around the world – including Equiterre's Steven Guilbeault – debate the future of the Kyoto Protocol. Find out what's really at stake.
The Canadian opposition parties, Climate Action Network Canada and Equiterre join forces with youth, labour and First Nations leaders to ask the government to recommit to the Kyoto Protocol. (video)