In April 2017, Canada bestowed honorary citizenship on Malala Yousafzai, the young Pakistani woman shot by the Taliban for speaking up for girls' rights in 2012. Her speech to the Parliament of Canada should inspire girls everywhere.
When talking about carbon footprints, travellers are some of the worst offenders. But recognizing the problem is the first step to a solution.
Climate change is affecting more than our landscapes. Its also affecting global food supplies.
While the list of endangered UNESCO heritage sites is long and growing, the resources for protecting these places is marginal at best.
Climate change shouldn’t be an opportunity for us to travel more easily in wild and remote places, but a harsh wake-up call to protect them.
National parks are national treasures. But because of our warming climate, many are changing irreparably—especially in Canada.
Ski hills around the world are melting away, and it’s hurting our tourism industries, local economies and water sources.
The true damage caused by these rampant infernos is wide-ranging: it’s affecting our travel experiences, local economies and personal memories.
Instead of filling his bucket list with places to see before he dies, Cam Fenton is filling it with places to see before they die.