From the Editors

Are Canada’s scientists being muzzled?

Many prominent Canadian researchers have complained that the Federal Government has not been allowing them to speak to journalists about their cutting-edge research.

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A Word About Earth Day

A Word About Earth Day

While some of us choose to celebrate Earth Day, the e-waves seem filled with the standard skeptics, as well as a new breed of clear-headed “realists” that find fault with any sort of positive Earth Day message.

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Images of Sustainability on Flickr

Images of Sustainability on Flickr

We have a Flickr group for visitors and fans of thegreenpages.ca network to share their “images of sustainabilty”. Images can be photos, graphics, posters, and artwork that symbolize any sustainable action and environmental harmony in Canada.

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The best environmental job sites on the web

The best environmental job sites on the web

Since we started thegreenpages (when we were students looking for jobs in the “real world”), we have sifted through many, MANY, environmental job sites, boards and email list-servs (do they still call them that now?) and subscribed to dozens of newsletters. Well, now you can also view and post jobs and volunteering opportunities on thegreenpages.ca […]

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…and Hello to the new!

…and Hello to the new!

Welcome to our newly redesigned web site. Our primary goal of this redesign is to focus on the sharing and building of stories about our environment.

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National Energy Board rejects greener energy future for Mackenzie gas pipeline

National Energy Board rejects greener energy future for Mackenzie gas pipeline

Edmonton – In the wake of the National Energy Board’s approval of the Mackenzie Gas Project, environmental groups are charging that the decision flies in the face of the Board’s stated commitment to sustainability and overturns years of study by a review panel.

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Climate Conference concludes with Cancun Agreements

Climate Conference concludes with Cancun Agreements

From the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC)… The UN Climate Change Conference in Cancun, Mexico, ended with the adoption of a balanced package of decisions that set all governments more firmly on the path towards a low-emissions future and support enhanced action on climate change in the developing world. The package, dubbed […]

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Climate Change: Calling for honest media coverage in Cancun

Climate Change: Calling for honest media coverage in Cancun

With the Cancun Climate Summit set to begin, let’s hope that the mainstream press provides honest coverage.

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LEAF certifies its first eco-friendly restaurant in Toronto

LEAF certifies its first eco-friendly restaurant in Toronto

Toronto – Leaders in Environmentally Accountable Foodservice (LEAF), a third-party certification pr ogram for restaurants and foodservice facilities that meet and adhere to strict environmental criteria, recently announced the certification of its first green restaurant in Toronto. Cowbell, a progressive restaurant located in the city’s trendy Queen West strip, was recognized for its ongoing commitment […]

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Green Ideas Sought for Vancouver’s Future

Green Ideas Sought for Vancouver’s Future

Green Ideas Sought for Vancouver’s Future; Top ideas chosen for panel review with CBC Radio’s Bill Richardson and Mayor Robertson

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