We should really celebrate our small blue planet every day, but recent events give us particular cause to reflect on our home and how we’re treating it.
Greenpeace asks Elections Canada to investigate the Conservative Party for violating rules on campaign donations from corporations.
Report concludes that odours from bitumen tanks in Peace River are causing health issues for nearby residents.
Keepers of the Athabasca want to get the word out about ongoing oil spills in Cold Lake, Alberta.
Court rules that Canada’s federal government acted “‘unlawfully” in delaying recovery strategies for at-risk species.
Environmental groups and forestry companies are putting aside years of conflict to jointly manage BC’s cherished Great Bear Rainforest.
Human rights are vulnerable at a time when governments aggressively promote the interests of corporations over a healthy environment.
Greenpeace kicks off its Save the Arctic campaign to build support for preserving the region, which is under multiple threats — from climate change to giant oil companies planning to take advantage of melting ice to drill in the region.
Representatives of the 54 groups petition the province’s auditor general to do a more thorough job reviewing pipeline spills.
Greenpeace Canada has launched a satirical television ad campaign aimed at debunking the Harper government’s campaign to “greenwash” the tar sands.
Canada’s tar sands ranked fifth of the 14 largest carbon intensive projects in the world, according to a new report from Greenpeace International.