- 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?
- The prospects for a BC LNG industry look less and less promising as Asian prices continue to tumble, says Vaughan Palmer.
- The environmental hearing for the proposed Kinder Morgan pipeline expansion has been delayed by the company's last-minute plan to reroute the project through Burnaby Mountain.
- In an open letter to BC Premier Christy Clark, the District of Hudson's Hope says Site C Dam would harm the province's credit rating, while offering more prudent energy alternatives.
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.
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.