A diversified economy and citizens’ right to a healthy environment are more important than short-term profits for multinational corporations.
With oil prices plunging to below $50, the consequences of a petro-fuelled economy are hitting home.
Our leaders need to stop focusing on short-term profits from fossil fuels and start engaging in serious conversations about our energy future.
Listen to the full Keystone XL pipeline debate on the CBC’s The Current. Keith Stewart is the Climate and Energy campaign coordinator for Greenpeace Canada. Ron Liepert is a Senior Advisor for the Canadian Strategy Group. He’s also Alberta’s former Energy Minister and he’s nominated to be a candidate for the Federal Conservative Party. Keith […]
Will we take advantage of clean energy and conservation or remain stuck in the old way of just blindly burning our way through?
Four First Nations in the Peace River Valley team in court challenge against the federal government’s decision to approve the Site C dam.
Y2Y and other conservation groups, along with area residents and First Nations, argue the Site C Dam project should not go ahead.
Let’s slow down, breathe, listen, look and feel. Only then will we understand our place in the world and what we must do to live well on this small blue dot spinning in an enormous universe.
Ecojustice lawyers filed the case on behalf of two local residents and two BC organizations, Voters Taking Action on Climate Change and Communities and Coal.