The Kinder Morgan Trans Mountain pipeline expansion could wipe out the Southern Resident Orcas, but Justin Trudeau’s government approved the plans late last year. Mark Leiren-Young ask Ecojustice’s Dyna Tuytel – the orcas’ unofficial lawyer – about challenging that decision in court.
As a new report highlights solar’s potential in the Arctic, northern communities are looking for renewable alternatives to fossil fuels.
Conservation groups urge compromised Board members to step down from the National Energy Board panel for the Energy East pipeline.
Community groups call on federal Minister of Environment and Climate Change to require environmental assessments of oil-by-rail terminals.
Conservation groups, First Nations and other local communities complain that pipeline meetings are poorly advertised.
Conservationists say Kinder Morgan pipeline proponents need to consider the Southern Resident killer whale, one of Canada’s most iconic endangered species.
Chief Thomas says the Trans Mountain Proposal presents too great of a risk for the Tsleil-Waututh Nation to grant its consent.
While Alberta, Ontario and Quebec move forward, BC’s carbon emissions are rising.
Case against Fraser Surrey Docks coal port needs its day in court, local groups say.
The pipeline route would cross the Whitemud Watershed Wildlife Management Area, which is protected from oil and gas development
In an open letter to BC Premier Christy Clark, businesses and conservation groups argue that reducing carbon will benefit the economy.
TREC Education, a registered charity, is looking for volunteers for its 9th annual Kids World of Energy Festival from May 4 – 7, 2016 at Evergreen Brick Works in Toronto.
Conservation groups urge Canada to review a UN submission highlighting human rights and food security impacts of B.C.’s Site C dam.
An environmental assessment report released by the federal government reveals extensive climate impacts from the Pacific NorthWest LNG terminal.
Organizations from across Canada urge Prime Minister Justin Trudeau to take immediate action to halt construction of BC’s Site C dam.
With the province making its opposition official, the question now is whether the federal government will follow in its footsteps.
Final six-month countdown for the project begins as oil producers are unlikely to sign shipping agreements.
Legislation coming into force on January 1 allows BC’s greenhouse gas emissions from LNG to rise.