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The Sustain Ability

The Sustain Ability is an ongoing series exploring issues and ideas related to making Newfoundland and Labrador ecologically and economically sustainable.

Demanding economic, social and climate justice

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Following a weekend of nationwide protests, and as Canadian politicians host their counterparts from the rest of the Americas in Toronto this week, people are asking: What will it take for Canada and its provinces to decarbonize their economies and join the growing global movement toward clean, renewable energy.

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The fight for jobs, justice, and the climate

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On July 4 Canadians will take to the streets in one of the biggest national days of action to date to deliver a clear message: change must happen now.

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3 barriers to climate action in NL

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Premier Paul Davis is in Québec City today for a climate summit that will see provincial and territorial leaders discuss plans to address the climate crisis. “It will be interesting to see where [he] directs the public’s attention, and from where he diverts it,” write two MUN researchers.

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MUN and the Arctic Oil Frontier

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Memorial’s strategic investments in Arctic oil pose environmental risks in the region and to the planet

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Renewable energy, brought to you by free beer!

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A tiny Danish Island in the North Sea brewed up energy independence based on wind, solar, and biofuels — and it cost less than 1km of Vancouver’s 2010 Olympics subway to do it. Now the island’s residents earn money whenever the wind blows or the sun shines.

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