As Prime Minister Justin Trudeau pitches the need for standardized carbon pricing around the world, Canada joins the Global Methane Pledge, aimed at slashing greenhouse gas methane by 30 per cent by 2030. Mike Le Couteur reports on which countries are on board and the big polluters not joining the initiative.
People in Virginia are voting for a governor and the race is closer than Democrats expected. Why this gubernatorial election is a test for U.S. President Joe Biden.
The Taliban is laying on a charm offensive to the world, but Afghans aren’t buying it. Has the Taliban really changed? Jeff Semple explains.
Building a new house is taking longer and costing more and the global supply chain crisis is to blame. Anne Gaviola reports.
And there’s nothing for them without them: Crystal Goomansingh looks into young activists pushing for a seat at climate summits.