Our choice is between ignoring overwhelming scientific evidence about the human contribution to climate change and pollution or changing our ways and reducing carbon emissions and fossil fuel dependence.
Scientists around the world have been warning us for decades about the consequences of our wasteful lifestyles.
The question isn’t about whether to use rail or pipelines. It’s about how to reduce our need for both.
Environmental groups and the public prepare for hearings on the proposed 1,150-kilometre Kinder Morgan Pipeline.
We need everyone to raise the bar on discussion and action — in politics, the media and our own lives. Let’s make the coming year a better one.
Why, when so many people oppose the Enbridge Northern Gateway pipeline project, would government and industry resort to such extreme measures to push it through? The problems with the plan…
Declared to be the largest peaceful act of civil disobedience ever in Canada! Over 80 influential leaders from the business, First Nations, environmental, labour, academic, medical and artistic communities across Canada today announced an upcoming mass sit-in in front of the provincial legislature in Victoria, British Columbia on October 22. The sit-in will oppose tar sands pipelines and tankers and the threats they would pose to the west coast.
B.C.’s Christy Clark was right to walk away from a national energy strategy. She just did it for the wrong reasons.
The goal of our government and industry leaders appears to be to dig up as much oil as possible, as quickly as possible, and sell it overseas, and damn the economic and environmental consequences.
Public regulatory hearings begin today to examine the impact of the proposed Mackenzie Valley pipeline on the environment and people of the Northwest Territories, and prime mover Imperial Oil isn’t even sure the $7.5-billion effort is worth it. DAVE EBNER reports
Everything about the $7.5-billion Mackenzie Valley gas pipeline plan is epic, even the struggle for and against it, reports DAVE EBNER FORT SIMPSON, NWT — It is a cold, clear day. The January sun sits low on the horizon, the temperature hovers around -30 C. Jonas Antoine, a 64-year-old Deh Cho elder, peers through the…