- The necessary transition to a green economy needs to take care of workers in the fossil fuel sector - providing training and sustainable alternative job opportunities - says a new report.
- Canada faces more lawsuits from corporations over environmental protections than any other country, says David Suzuki, as trade deals put profits ahead of people.
- North Dakota shale oil producers are pushing for lighter restrictions around the dumping of radioactive waste - a cost-cutting measure as prices for their resource plummet.
- Senate Republicans failed today to get the 60 votes they were seeking to move the Keystone XL pipeline forward through Congress.
- With prices tanking and his economic strategy in tatters, Prime Minister Stephen Harper is changing his tune around the importance of oil to the Canadian economy.
- While China, the US and EU are reaping huge job benefits from the green economy, Canada and provinces like Quebec are stuck in pipe dreams of the past, argues innovation expert Will Dubitsky.
The necessary transition to a green economy needs to take care of workers in the fossil fuel sector - providing training and sustainable alternative job opportunities - says a new report.
BC Hydro routinely and significantly overestimates future power demand - but why? Economist Erik Andersen explains, while questioning the business case and need for the $9 Billion proposed Site C Dam.
For too long, farmers have looked at coho salmon and other species that spawn in small streams as a nuisance, but the tide may be turning - thankfully, says Rafe Mair.
Plunging oil prices bring both benefits and challenges to our economy and environment, says David Suzuki. Which is why we must seize this moment to make important changes for our future.