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Jun 17, 2010

World Day to Combat Desertification and Drought

Daniel Tseghay
Today is the World Day to Combat Desertification and Drought, a United Nations observance, and as a write these words a slow mass death at the hands of drought is occuring in Niger.
Blog
Jun 17, 2010

Canadian Water Summit starts

Melanie Redman
The Canadian Water Summit begins today and brings together businesses, public sector leaders, municipal planners, civil society and citizens to talk about the present and future of Canadian water.
Podcast
Jun 16, 2010
Redeye

Canadian Boreal Forest Agreement a flawed deal

Redeye
Dawn Paley of the Vancouver Media Co-op has taken a close look at this new agreement. She believes that Canadian environmental organizations have signed away the right to protest for very little gain.
Photos
Jun 15, 2010
Indigenous challenges to RBC's tar sands policy, Toronto. March 4, 2010 Photo: Rainforest Action Network

In support of Indigenizing activism

Zainab Amadahy
'Indigenize' describes an understanding of the process of changing our thinking and relationships to acknowledge our physical, mental, emotional and spiritual inter-connectedness.
News
Jun 15, 2010

In support of Indigenizing activism

Zainab Amadahy
'Indigenize' describes an understanding of the process of changing our thinking and relationships to acknowledge our physical, mental, emotional and spiritual inter-connectedness.
News
Jun 15, 2010

Ten reasons not to talk -- or listen -- to CSIS

People's Commission Network
In the run-up to the G8/G20 Summits, reports have multiplied of Canadian Security Intelligence Service visits to the homes and even workplaces of people working for social justice.
Blog
Jun 11, 2010

Weekly Mulch: BP oil spill stalls climate bill

Sarah Laskow
"There's a dead dolphin on this beach," Mother Jones' Mac McClelland, wrote yesterday in Louisiana. It's one snapshot of the harm visited on the Gulf Coast by the BP oil spill.

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