Northern BC residents and groups appeal to Prime Minister Justin Trudeau to reject Enbridge’s three-year extension.
Case against Fraser Surrey Docks coal port needs its day in court, local groups say.
An area of core western toad habitat near Nakusp’s Summit Lake is slated to be harvested.
The groups are urging the BC government and mining companies to commit to better practices and stronger regulations to protect communities from industrial pollution.
With the province making its opposition official, the question now is whether the federal government will follow in its footsteps.
B.C. residents fighting coal port want day in court
Environmental groups urge rejection of LNG terminal due to climate impacts
BC’s Cap and Trade Act scrapped to allow for LNG development
Northern Gateway: Unwanted pipeline, unwilling province
Northern BC First Nations discuss concerns over major resource developments
Troc-Exchange explores the virtues of collaborative consumption
US study confirms diluted bitumen sinks in water
BC steps on the (liquefied natural) gas
Plants and People Tour @ Green Timbers Park | Sat, May 7
World Wetlands Day in Surrey – January 30, 2016
First Nations Bring Mercury-Contaminated Fish to BC Legislature to Protest Site C Dam
Fish farm licences challenged in Federal Court
Scientists converge on BC’s Flathead Valley to catalogue species
Majority of public comments reject BC forest privatization scheme
Environmental groups call for cleaner BC mining
Wilderness Committee back in court to fight injunction
Raw log exports skyrocket in British Columbia
Federal approval doesn’t guarantee Northern Gateway will be built
BC groups urge Canada to reject extension of Enbridge pipeline permit
Imminent logging threatens toad habitat near Nakusp, BC
Protecting Kokanee salmon
SFU Student Coalition Hosts “Reinvest in our Future” Week
VIDEO: Conversations in Sustainability: The University of British Columbia
Video: UBC Reads Sustainability: Odyssey to the Sacred Headwaters
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