Climate change can feel like an insurmountable problem. But Canadians are seeking opportunities for action across many areas of life.
Energy and Environment
Businesses have businesslike motives, but they also have customers, employees, investors and board members who are people. To succeed, businesses will need to consider the values of these audiences as they contemplate their next steps on the journey to net zero.
The report looks at the Canadian context and puts it in a global perspective, with comparisons to 12 other countries provided by Environics’ research partners in the IRIS network.
All roads lead to COP26 next week, but it doesn’t mean everyone is paying attention. Learn more about the journey to net zero.
The Majority of Indigenous People in Rural Areas and On-Reserve Support Resource Development, According To Recent SurveyRELEASEA recent survey conducted by Environics Research for the Indigenous Resource Network, a non-partisan platform for ...
In taking a cautious approach to pandemic recovery, the government may have underestimated Canadians’ readiness for dramatic climate action
Environics Research looks at past trends in Canadian attitudes toward environmental issues to explore how opinions may be shifting with COVID
Pipelines And Politics: Where Do The Parties Meet?ARTICLE BYTony Coulson Originally published on Monday October 28, 2019 in The Globe and Mail After the recent election of a minority Liberal government, advocates of the Trans Mountain Pipeline ...
Climate Change And Carbon Pricing Take Centre Stage In 2019ARTICLE BYTony Coulson, Sarah RobertonOriginally published on Monday January 28, 2019 in The Globe and MailThe year 2018 had many extreme weather events, from coast-to-coast in Canada ...