- U.S. energy firm Apache Corp. says it's exiting the Kitimat LNG project, which it had been developing with Chevron Corp.
- Everything about the recently-approved $5.3 billion KSM Mine is big: Big job promises, massive gold and copper deposit, epic waste and risk to fish.
- West Vancouver Council has joined Lions Bay in voting against LNG in Howe Sound, including the proposed Woodfibre LNG project, over concerns of safety and impacts on the local tourism economy.
- A new study exposes one of the trade-offs associated with expanded resource development - an increase in violence against women.
- Keeping the Peace Valley’s farmland and ecosystems intact - instead of ramping up fracking and building Site C dam - would be worth some $8B/year, a new study finds.
- Industrial energy expert Dan Potts blames the BC Liberal government and its IPP policy for skyrocketing power bills.
- Green politics and "environmentalism" have been contorted into serving big industrial interests, says Kevin Logan, who offers democratic reforms to solve the problem.
- A northern Ontario First Nation says an unreleased report shows the federal and provincial governments failed to properly address widespread mercury poisoning among its members.
- "One hardly expects the Clark govt to be paragons of political integrity, but on such an important matter as natural gas, the truth is essential to understand our fiscal future."
- Cities like Vancouver, Guelph - even oil and gas capital Calgary - are leading the way with innovative solutions to climate change, says David Suzuki.
- Read this June 25th story by Wendy J. Palen, Thomas D. Sisk, Maureen E. Ryan, Joseph L. Árvai, Mark Jaccard, Anne K. Salomon, Thomas Homer-Dixon& Ken P. Lertzman in Nature on how debates over oil-sands infrastructure obsc...
- Greenpeace and the Inuit have joined forces to protest Arctic seismic testing in Baffin Bay and the Davis Strait, over concerns about impacts on marine life.
- Newfoundland's healthy honeybees are an increasing draw for researchers in the race to understand why colonies across much of the globe are dying off.
- Should Metro Vancouver be able to protect citizens from the health impacts of coal and other goods shipped through our ports? Fraser Surrey Docks is arguing "no" in court.
- Premier Clark's promises of "world class" safety for fracking, oil and gas pipelines and tankers are weasel words that mean absolutely nothing, says Rafe Mair.
- While the fast ferries scandal sank the NDP, the BC Liberals boast a much bigger list of fiscal fiascos...Why would the projected $8 Billion Site C Dam be any different?
U.S. energy firm Apache Corp. says it's exiting the Kitimat LNG project, which it had been developing with Chevron Corp.
Keeping the Peace Valley’s farmland and ecosystems intact - instead of ramping up fracking and building Site C dam - would be worth some $8B/year, a new study finds.
Triple threats of pollution, vessel noise and lack of food are making it hard for southern orcas to grow beyond an estimated population of 80, says a decade-long US study.
Cities like Vancouver, Guelph - even oil and gas capital Calgary - are leading the way with innovative solutions to climate change, says David Suzuki.