It evokes anger, protests and passion like few other issues facing us. There’s a lot of noise to cut through – and where we even begin our action on climate change is complex and costly.
But one thing is clear: Mother Earth’s weather patterns make life dangerous and difficult for those on the margins and climate action is urgently needed.
This week on Context: what is our responsibility in climate action?
Dr. Elizabeth Bush, Climate Science Advisor, Environment and Climate Change Canada
Philip Clayton, Professor at Clarement School of Theology
Todd Lewis, Agricultural Producers Association President
Stewart Elgie, Smart Prosperity Institute Executive Chair
Shelley Stone, Ontario Christian Gleaners General Manager
Brenda Dyack, Christian Farmers Federation of Ontario Director of Research
Luke Wilson, A Rocha Canada CEO