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Sep 13, 2016
Stupidity Insurance: NEB In Depth

Stupidity insurance: NEB in depth

Green Majority Radio
We dig into the ongoing National Energy Board scandals, with skepticism about their independence and unbiased perspective. Also Dakota Access Pipeline protest updates and more...
Podcast
Jul 13, 2016
Hope Isn't A Strategy

Hope isn't a strategy

Green Majority Radio
An entire lake disappearing due to climate change in Bolivia, a rush of lobbying by mining companies, and an expose on how to evade lobbying laws in Canada.
Podcast
Jun 20, 2016
Activism In The Age Of Terror

Activism in the age of terror

Green Majority Radio
Peabody Energy is a massive coal company that recently filed for bankruptcy revealing the monumental degree to which they funded science denial. Also... terrorism.
Podcast
Apr 18, 2016
Saudi Arabia Smarter Than Canada?

Is Saudi Arabia smarter than Canada?

Green Majority Radio
Angela Bischoff from the OCAA joins us at the top of the show to discuss some news and also talk about the complete waste of money (not to mention huge public safety hazard) Pickering nuclear plant.
Blog
Jan 20, 2015
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Oil prices drop as global warming rises

David Suzuki
Plunging oil prices mean industry is putting the brakes on oilsands expansion -- bad news for businesses in Fort McMurray and those heavily invested in the industry but good news for the planet.
Blog
Sep 2, 2014

Of passenger pigeons and coal-mine canaries

David Suzuki
The last passenger pigeon died 100 years ago, on September 1, 1914. They were hunted to extinction, but more than 1,200 bird species face extinction today because of other human activities.
Blog
Sep 17, 2013

Tahltan's Sacred Headwaters defence has deep roots

David Suzuki
The Sacred Headwaters is at risk from a multitude of proposed mines, railways, transmission lines and other projects, including a mountaintop coal mine. The Tahltan have vowed to protect the area.
Blog
Apr 16, 2013

Wind power opponents may be blowing hot air

David Suzuki
Alarming campaigns about the supposed health impacts of wind-power installations may themselves be to blame for the perceived negative effects.
Blog
Feb 8, 2013

We can choose not to export coal in B.C.

Daniel Tseghay
What we do matters. We can't keep pretending, after so much time spent in denial, that we have no other choice but to export coal. There's still time and we still have, before us, possibilities.

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