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Disruption: Climate. Change.

September 16, 2014
| On September 21, the People's Climate March will take place in New York City. A new film both documents and makes the case for a mass movement to demand action on climate change.
Length: 16:57 minutes (15.53 MB)
| September 16, 2014
Redeye

Winning the fight against fracking in Nova Scotia

September 10, 2014
| Activists in Nova Scotia have won a victory in the fight against hydraulic fracturing in the province. The Liberal government plans to introduce legislation in the fall to ban high-volume fracking.
Length: 14:37 minutes (13.4 MB)

Camp Madii Lii, Gitxsan Nation: LNG prohibited

Camp Madii Lii is located at the entrance to Luutkudziiwus territory within the Gitxsan Nation. On Aug. 26, 2014, access to the territory was closed to all LNG traffic and other unauthorized industrial activity, and the Luutkudziiwus Territorial Management Plan was enacted.

TransCanada is proposing construction and operation of the Prince Rupert Gas Transmission (PRGT) pipeline project. The proposed PRGT will cross Luutkudziiwus territory for about 32 km from Suskwa Pass to the Shegunia River. Approximately one-half -- 16 km -- lies on top of the Babine Trail, the ancestral grease trail connecting Gitanmaax with Fort Babine.

The People's Climate March wants you to march, mobilize and make history

The People's Climate march. In September, heads of state are going to New York City for a historic summit on climate change. With our future on the line, we will take a weekend and use it to bend the course of history. 

Photo: flickr/Mike Beauregard
| August 22, 2014
rabble radio

The Peoples' Social Forum: The first day

August 21, 2014
| Highlights from the first day of a gathering of activists, journalists, artists and thinkers in Ottawa from across Canada.
Length: 31:06 minutes (56.98 MB)
| August 11, 2014

Winnipeg mayoral debate on environmental issues

Tuesday, September 30, 2014 - 7:00pm - 9:00pm

Location

First Unitarian-Universalist Church
603 Wellington Crescent
Winnipeg, MB
Canada
49° 52' 39.3672" N, 97° 9' 50.6628" W

Winnipeg's all-candidates mayoral forum on the environment will take place September 30th at the First Unitarian-Universalist Church (603 Wellington Crescent). The forum will give voters the opportunity to hear how candidates would address major environmental challenges facing Winnipeg including mitigating climate change, protecting green space, reducing waste and containing urban sprawl.

The forum is sponsored by Green Action Centre, Manitoba Eco-Network, the Green Action Committee of the First Unitarian Universalist Church and Canadian Centre for Policy Alternatives. Richard Cloutier, News Director at CJOB 680 will moderate.

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