Transport

Economy

Town planning

Agriculture

Energy

Consumption

Health

Obvious alternatives

Bill McKibben

Protecting the forests to prevent desertification and flooding

Etienne Doyon

Free-range meat and healthier living

Philippe Desbrosses

We need farmers to feed the world

Philippe Desbrosses

Wood: A problem for developing countries

Jean-Pierre Ndoutoum

Developing technology in a socially responsible way

Andrée-Lise Méthot

Livestock: Permaculture’s little helpers

Stefan Sobkowiak

Climate change is altering our eating habits

Karel Mayrand

Water, health and the climate: A complex relationship

Etienne Doyon

More resistant crops thanks to diversity in permaculture

Stefan Sobkowiak

Inefficient cities and means of transportation

Laure Waridel

Having a positive local and global impact

Alexandre Taillefer

Human health at the mercy of climate change

Karel Mayrand

Understanding greenwashing

Mickaël Carlier

Coral: An invaluable ally at the mercy of climate change

Jérôme Petit

Your carbon footprint is bigger than you think

Daniel Pearl

Learning from the past and moving forward

Philippe Desbrosses

Climate change and personal finances

Steven Guilbeault

Climate risk considerations in existing infrastructures

Alain Bourque

Lifestyle changes for better urban planning

Daniel Pearl

Why overfishing must stop now

Claire Nouvian

Changing the way businesspeople see the world in order to prosper

Andrew Winston

The economic benefits of clean energy

Karel Mayrand

Companies face significant risks

Andrew Winston

Finding allies in nature to lessen our workload

Stefan Sobkowiak

Climate change and risk management

Adam Sobel

Worldwide renewable energy challenges

Jean-Pierre Ndoutoum

Climate instability leads to food insecurity and social instability

Etienne Doyon

Existing solutions to climate change

Brice Lalonde

We can feed the planet and save the forests

Catherine Potvin

Your car’s too expensive: Save money and slow down climate change

Karel Mayrand

Image is everything in business

Alexandre Taillefer

We can’t be healthy if the planet’s sick

Philippe Desbrosses

Circular economy: The global solution

Yannick Roudaut

Consumption and production: Changing our habits

Andrée-Lise Méthot

Green jobs do pay off

Steven Guilbeault

Local economies are the key to the future

Alexandre Taillefer

Permaculture is just common sense

Stefan Sobkowiak

Divestment, a moral and financial argument

Karel Mayrand

The Internet of energy: Selling and buying electricity

Pierre-Olivier Pineau

We must protect our arable lands

Karel Mayrand

Start-ups that make a difference

Mickaël Carlier

Changing farming practices to counter climate change

Etienne Doyon

Climate-conscious urban planning

Jean-Pierre Ndoutoum

Taking responsibility for the waste we produce

Andrée-Lise Méthot

Agriculture and climate risk management

Alain Bourque

Developing countries can teach us a thing or two

Jean-Pierre Ndoutoum

Renewable energy: a matter of storage capacity

Reducing greenhouse gas emissions: A win-win situation

Andrew Winston

Exponential growth is the root cause of the problem

Geoff Garver

Increasing our quality of life while decreasing our impact on nature

Andrew Winston

Time is a luxury we cannot afford anymore

Lucie Pagé

Better urban planning means saving money

Kathleen Rogers

The environment and climate risk management

Alain Bourque

Prices aren’t indicative of the ecological truth

Corinne Lepage

Building cities for people, not cars

Jean-Pierre Ndoutoum

Human and economic impacts of natural disasters

Adam Sobel

Renewable energy: Why sharing is so much better

Daniel Pearl

Gradual change in heavy industry

Pierre-Olivier Pineau

Trees are good for both our mental and physical health

Stephen Sheppard

Rich or poor, we all have to save energy

Jean-Pierre Ndoutoum

Cities make it easy to change our habits

Catherine Potvin

Green construction and the public sector

Daniel Pearl

Including the environmental cost in the purchase price

Laure Waridel

Tired of paying? Be more energy efficient

Pierre-Olivier Pineau

Insurance costs do not reflect severity of risk

Adam Sobel