- Outraged over the gutting of environmental reviews for natural gas plants, the chief of Fort Nelson First Nation booted government and industry reps from a BC LNG conference.
- Contrary to the popular myth that First Nations are embracing BC LNG, the nascent industry faces growing aboriginal opposition that could spook investors.
- With cars driving climate change, injury, death, and serious human health impacts, it's time to invest in public transit, urban infrastructure and other, healthier alternatives, says Dvid Suzuki.
- A small group of leaders in Big Media, Big Finance, and Big Oil increasingly control government and trade policy in what is best termed a "corporatocracy".
- "I do not want (us) to be known as the garbage dump for Metro Vancouver," Nanaimo Mayor John Ruttan said Monday night as his council unanimously rejected a proposed incinerator at Duke Point.
- Kinder Morgan was conducting pipeline research under illegal permits months before changes to the BC Parks Act, says environmental lawyer Andrew Gage.
- Economist Erik Andersen explains how the proposed Duke Point incinerator in Nanaimo, BC - to burn Metro Vancouver's garbage - could cost local homeowners $1.5 Billion in lost property values.
- The owners of Gibsons Recycling Depot say a corporate waste management conglomerate will not only put local recyclers out of business, but also feed Metro Vancouver’s garbage incinerators.
- A plebiscite defeat in Kitimat for the Enbridge pipeline may have opened the door for another mega-project - a First Nations company-led 'energy corridor' to move oil, gas, water and information.
- The residents of Kitimat, BC have voted 58% against the proposed Enbridge Northern Gateway pipeline project in a non-binding plebiscite.
- Many Gulf Coast residents who pitched in after the April 20, 2010, explosion of the Deepwater Horizon rig now suffer from lingering respiratory and health problems.
- BC NDP leadership candidate John Horgan's says he would repeal the controversial Bill 4, which opened BC's parks to pipelines and industrial activity.
- Enbridge has vastly outspent its grassroots opponents in the lead-up to Kitimat's Apr 12 vote on the proposed Northern Gateway pipeline, but citizen organizers like their chances.
- John Twigg interviews award-winning energy journalist and author Andrew Nikiforuk on his latest book, The Energy of Slaves and the end of the era of cheap hydrocarbons.
- Recently departed Canadian Finance Minster Jim Flaherty died unexpectedly this morning at the age of 64.
- Vancouver Island's Jeremy Loveday finds a creative way to express a growing problem - Canada's withering food security. Check out his 3 min spoken word call to action.
Outraged over the gutting of environmental reviews for natural gas plants, the chief of Fort Nelson First Nation booted government and industry reps from a BC LNG conference.
The Yukon needs a better understanding of its groundwater system before the government gives fracking a green light, says hydrologist Dr. Gilles Wendling.
Shrimp is the most popular seafood in the United States, with Americans eating an average of 4.1 pounds per person annually.
Ray Grigg grapples with a most human dilemma: the collision of our population growth-related woes and the miracle of life - our biological imperative to reproduce.