More than 100 schools sign on to teach health risks of climate change — Watts Up With That?

From Eurekalert A growing movement in higher education responds to a shortage of health professionals and researchers trained in climate change and health Columbia University’s Mailman School of Public Health The Global Consortium on Climate and Health Education (GCCHE) today announced that, since its launch earlier this year, 125 health professions schools and programs around the […]

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Climate change policy in B.C. must deal with controversies – Kinder Morgan, Site C, and more — Work and Climate Change Report

In his November 30 article, “Where is B.C. headed on climate action?”, Marc Lee of the Canadian Centre for Policy Alternatives begins with a bit of history – November 2017 marks the 10 year anniversary of the passage of B.C.’s Greenhouse Gas Reduction Targets Act, followed by B.C.’s carbon tax, the first in North America, […]

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B.C. Climate Solutions and Clean Growth Advisory Council established to guide provincial policy — Work and Climate Change Report

On October 23 , the British Columbia Government announced the appointment of the Climate Solutions and Clean Growth Advisory Council, to “provide advice to government on actions and policies that can contribute to carbon pollution reductions and optimize opportunities for sustainable economic development and job creation. This includes working with industry and the federal government to address the competitiveness […]

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Climate change policy in B.C. must deal with controversies – Kinder Morgan, Site C, and more — Work and Climate Change Report

In his November 30 article, “Where is B.C. headed on climate action?”, Marc Lee of the Canadian Centre for Policy Alternatives begins with a bit of history – November 2017 marks the 10 year anniversary of the passage of B.C.’s Greenhouse Gas Reduction Targets Act, followed by B.C.’s carbon tax, the first in North America, […]

via Climate change policy in B.C. must deal with controversies – Kinder Morgan, Site C, and more — Work and Climate Change Report