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Lindsay Beyerstein

Weekly Audit: Curbing the deficit, cat food and you

| November 16, 2010
Sarah Laskow

Weekly Mulch: Why energy reform is on shaky ground

| October 29, 2010

Unsustainable compromises: Trade threats to provincial leadership on climate change

Wednesday, August 4, 2010 - 7:00pm - 9:00pm


Millennium Library
251 Donald Street Buchwald Room
Winnipeg, MB
49° 53' 31.5708" N, 97° 8' 33.2628" W

Faced with federal impotence on the climate file, Canada's provinces are taking independent steps to reduce their carbon consumption. At the same time, new international trade agreements, such as the Canada-EU Comprehensive Economic and Trade Agreement (CETA), that the provinces areactively negotiating along side the Harper government threaten to undermine these new provincial efforts to mitigate climate change.

Sarah Laskow

Weekly Mulch: Cochabamba summit to combat climate change innovatively

| April 16, 2010
Sarah Laskow

Weekly Mulch: Clock ticking for climate change legislation

| March 26, 2010
Sarah Laskow

Weekly Mulch: Climate change on Obama's back burner

| January 29, 2010
Alternatives Podcast

35:6 Work - Part 2: Stephen Hazell, Sally Lerner and Mark Anielski

November 4, 2009
| Featuring Sally Lerner, Mark Anielski and Stephen Hazell.
Length: 1:06:10

Weekly Mulch: Progress for Baucus, setbacks for Graham

| November 13, 2009

The future is green

Clayton Thomas-Muller spoke to trade unionists, social justice activists, environmentalists and youth at Toronto's Good Green Jobs Conference on Saturday. (Photo: Charlotte Ireland)

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Hundreds dream green at Good Jobs conference

An overwhelming majority of Canadians agree that climate change is a pressing issue that demands immediate action. On Nov. 7, over 600 participants -- trade unionists, social justice activists, environmentalists and youth -- came together for the Good Green Jobs Conference to start building a green future that is economically viable, environmentally sustainable, equitable and just for all.


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