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Examining the Viability of Planting Trees to Help Mitigate Climate Change

It’s an intriguing premise: what if we could reduce the severity of global climate change by planting hundreds of billions of trees to remove excess carbon from our atmosphere? A recent study published in the journal Science sought to provide answers by estimating the global potential of restoring forested lands as a possible strategy for mitigating climate change.

CBC - What on Earth: weekly climate newsletter 


United Nations document

National Geographic: Climate Change

Global Methane Tracker

A better world made easy


A hub resource from the David Suzuki Foundation that can help you make a difference every day. Live your values. Adopt practices that lower your climate impact, protect, respect and restore nature, and support safer, healthier communities. Start where you are and choose your path.

The Drawdown Review

In April 2017, Project Drawdown released its inaugural body of work on climate solutions with the publication of the best-selling book Drawdown and a suite of open-source resources on

That material has influenced university curricula, city climate plans, commitments by businesses, community action, philanthropic strategy, and more. This Review represents the organization’s second seminal publication and the first major update to our assessment of solutions to move the world toward “Drawdown”—the future point in time when levels of greenhouse gases in the atmosphere stop climbing and start to steadily decline. Get the Drawdown Review.

The Magnitude of All Things

Jennifer Abbott lost her sister to cancer, her sorrow opened her up to the profound gravity of climate breakdown. Abbott’s new documentary The Magnitude of All Things draws intimate parallels between the experiences of grief—both personal and planetary. 

Canada’s Future in a net zero world


The transition to a global net-zero, low-carbon economy is underway and Canada must build the industries that will position the country for success. Otherwise, it risks being left behind by the strategic efforts of other countries, with considerable consequences for its future prosperity. Canada’s Future in a Net-Zero World: Securing Canada’s Place in the Global Green Economy explores how governments can take an industrial policy approach to ensure the country’s long-term competitiveness. The report was published by Smart Prosperity Institute, the Pacific Institute for Climate Solutions (PICS), and The Transition Accelerator.

Embodied Carbon Report

A report outlining green house gas emissions created through the construction and demolition stages of a building’s life.

TED Talk

Canadian Tzeporah Berman: The Bad Math of the Fossil Fuel Industry. Talk on the need to have a global treaty for fossil fuel production and how to gear it down.

Just transition
Government of Canada discussion paper.

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