Quick Hits

Our Top Climate Reads of 2020

With 2020 coming to a close, we at Manifest took a look back at the reports, papers, and articles on climate change that had the…

TCFD Reporting Requirements in Canada

2019: The Year that Changed the Climate of Climate Change

Risk management, a national strategy and plan, oversight and governance, transparent metrics and targets – Canada now has a proposed legal framework for meeting our…

Sea-Level Rising: The Accelerating Wave

Sea level rise is occurring faster than expected, impacting millions in the coming decades and potentially locking in irreversible changes for centuries to come, says…

Where Could a Minority Parliament Find Common Ground?

With Canada’s federal election now complete, the focus is turning towards what the next government will look like. For the first time in more than…

Toronto’s First Resilience Strategy Needs Broad Societal and Political Support

The City of Toronto released its first Resilience Strategy earlier this month. The strategy sets out a vision, goals, and actions to help Toronto survive, adapt and…

A Look at the Impacts Highlighted in Canada’s Changing Climate Report

On April 2, 2019, the federal government released Canada’s Changing Climate Report, the first in a series of reports outlining the impacts of climate change in…

Canada is Warming at Twice the Global Average, Demonstrates Urgent Need for Adaptation and Deep Decarbonization

Canada’s climate is warming at nearly twice the global average rate and Northern Canada is warming even faster, according to the federal government’s sobering national…

Climate Tech Crunch

At the intersection of climate change, big data, artificial intelligence and machine learning, there is extreme potential. Expert insights are required for organizations to understand…

Bringing Climate into Focus through the Climate Lens

Funding opportunities from Infrastructure Canada require projects to understand their climate change risks, resilience strategies, and GHG emissions. Over the next 12 years, Infrastructure Canada (INFC) expects…

(Back)Stopping Climate Change – Overview of the Federal Carbon Tax

This guest post was contributed by Denisa Mertiri* In December 2015, the Canadian federal government adopted the Paris Agreement’s commitment to intensify actions and investments…