With the appointment of John Baird as environment minister, the Conservative government has a new opportunity to deliver regulations and programs that protect Canadaâe(TM)s ecosystems and meet o
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The federal governmentâe(TM)s decision to approve the Rupert River Diversion Project in James Bay, QuÃ©bec means that one of North Americaâe(TM)s last wild rivers is now living ou
ConocoPhillips is buying and leasing woodland caribou lands for oil and gas, displacing the endangered species.
Much of the Kendall Island Bird Sanctuary will be flooded by the Arctic Ocean due to subsidence effects caused by Mackenzie Gas Project wells, permafrost melting, and rising sea levels caused by glob
A draft provincial recovery plan for British Columbiaâe(TM)s mountain caribou that recommends predator control is outrageous, as well as archaic and ineffective.
The proposed Clean Air Act at best contributes little to reducing air pollution and greenhouse gas emissions, and at worst could undermine federal authority and risk being unconstitutional, says a te
The Commissionerâe(TM)s recommendations draw a stark contrast to the direction the Harper government has been taking since it cut climate change programs, reneged on Canadaâe(TM)s Kyoto com
The Green Budget Coalition has expressed disappointment that the 2006 federal budget ignored prime opportunities to protect Canada's air and water, and to reduce climate change risks. The Coalition s
A national coalition of organizations observed the 20th anniversary of the nuclear disaster at Chernobyl by reminding Canadians that such an accident could happen here. Twenty years after the devasta
The Harper government has begun disassembling Canada's Climate Change Program. All climate change programs announced in Action Plan 2000 have not been renewed and Natural Resources Canada has begun l