Canadian oil and gas companies could be liable for billions of dollars of damages for their contribution to climate change, according a study by the CCPA.
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Van Jones says he came here to speak to the Good Jobs Summit because "you've got a crazy dude up here, and it's not Rob Ford." Here is his keynote address from Saturday, October 4, 2014.
The B.C. Liberal government's singular focus on liquid natural gas development in their speech from the throne was significant for its lack of detail on where the government is going with this file.
Leading up to the Global Frackdown on October 11, National Chairperson of Council of Canadians Maude Barlow nominates Lone Pine Resources for the Fracking Wastewater Bucket Challenge.
Take action in the Global Frackdown, and participate in the Fracking Wastewater Bucket Challenge to bring attention to the risks of fracking wastewater.
This legislative sitting will be an important one for shaping the future of LNG in B.C. Will one or more companies make final investment decisions? And if they do will there be any public benefits?
A decade into North America's fracking boom, the impact on wildlife and the environment remains largely unknown, according to a new study.
Like nature, social movements take time to evolve and unfold. We don't always see their impacts as they happen. If we expect a dazzling blur of activity and immediate results, we’ll be disappointed.
The new Environment Commissioner, Julie Gelfand, picks up where her predecessors left off. On Tuesday she forcefully bemoaned Harper's abject failure to meet emission reduction targets.
We must build a mass movement to say no to any further expansion of carbon extraction.