Conservation groups welcome the federal government’s announcement that it intends to introduce an emergency protection order for Canada’s endangered Greater sage-grouse, but they also caution that the devil will be in the details. Continue reading Conservation groups cautiously optimistic about Greater sage-grouse announcement
Environmental groups — Wilderness Committee, ForestEthics Solutions and Ecojustice — are seeking a court order stating that the province has violated its own laws to protect these forests from extinction. The case is expected to be heard this year. Continue reading Conservation groups use the law to protect coastal Douglas fir forests in BC
Winnipeg – The Wilderness Committee has released a new report designed to educate Manitobans about the impact mining is having on Manitoba’s parks.
The publication documents which parks have mining activity, the risks of all… Read more.. Continue reading Wilderness Committee: new report on mining impacts in Manitoba
Shared by TheWCNews on Mar 1, 2012 The Wilderness Committee’s Gwen Barlee is interviewed about logging that has started in a Wildlife Habitat … Continue reading Spotted Owl habitat logging at Chilliwack Lake – Gwen Barlee interview
Public comment essential on multinational corporation’s bid to mine peat in Hecla Provincial Park. Continue reading Sun Gro proposes a peat mine in Manitoba’s Hecla Park