Last Updated: Friday, October 12, 8:42 AM EDT
Climate change is no longer a vague threat. A new Globe polls finds that 4 out of 5 Canadians say they've seen it first-hand. We fear for our children and our grandchildren. We want action. We're ready for sacrifices. But what action?
Former U.S. vice-president, UN panel on climate change named for efforts to spread awareness on global warming
Our year of going green officially starts today
Warnings of warming dangers have become increasingly dramatic
In stark terms, scientists confirm that climate change is 'unequivocal'
Curious facts, dire warnings and inspiration.
Map shows affected areas of B.C.
Audio, photos of world's worst-hit city, in China.
Graphic: Save energy at home, save $$$
View the wacky world of climate change
Graphic: The science of how it happens
Graphic: View how North Pole ice may recede
Graphic: Melting ice leads to even more warming
World economic growth spikes levels of Greenhouse gases to levels not expected for another decade, leading climate change expert says
Warming waters will render some streams uninhabitable as global warming takes its toll
Evidence suggests dramatic changes are taking place at a faster pace than anyone imagined
'Unprecedented consensus' among Canada's top business leaders has task force acknowledging need for emission cuts, higher energy prices
Unusually dry conditions fuel speculation that global warming is affecting crop conditions
As all five shrink at an alarming pace, some people have begun to fear global warming is the culprit
Almost 200 countries sign on to freeze production and consumption of hydrochlorofluorocarbons
But report supports government's stand that emissions will begin to go down in 2010
Commentary: Climate change
Adapting to Australia's "Big Dry"
Jeffrey Simpson: The Sydney nudge: How green is my Harper
It takes some getting used to hearing Prime Minister Stephen Harper on the world stage claiming that Canada must be a “world leader” in combatting climate change
It offers insurance against climate change.
Commentary: Rich provinces trade hot air in emissions debate
Margaret Wente: The gods must be angry
Are we reaping the consequences of our moral as well as our environmental degradation?
Combatting global warming not the stuff of rock concerts
Web-exclusive comment: The Arctic, the tropics and Ottawa
The global effects of climate change are felt first in the North
Margaret Wente: A 'questionable truth'
Most scientists now agree that climate change is real. But they disagree on nearly everything else about it, from its severity to its solutions. Globe columnist Margaret Wente argues that Al Gore and other advocates are confusing the public with ‘environmental alarmism.'
Jeffrey Simpson: The Greens are right
Use economic clubs to battle climate change