A post-carbon world represents the future, not more over-investment in bitumen production. In Canada, we should be establishing our own public enterprises to develop and manage resources sustainably.
Alberta tar sands
David P. Ball
After national blowback from his first satirical hip-hop video, The Left Coast Post caught up with ex-CTV journalist Kai Nagata about resurrecting his oil sands lobbyist dolls.
Last Saturday, Dave Shortt emerged from 10 days of filming in the northern B.C. bush, found a wi-fi connection at the Kitimat library and happened upon a story online about Enbridge.
Raul Burbano of the Latin American and Caribbean Solidarity Network reports back from Rio+20 at the Contested Futures forum on July 30.
A recently released volume from Creekstone Press, The Enpipe Line, presents a poetic manifestation of resistance.
Alert! Radio from Canadian Dimension
The NDP under a Mulcair leadership. How different would it be? The tar sands not so bad as coal and natural gas? Greenpeace begs to differ!
Feb 17, 2012
Arbour Environmental Shoppe
800 Bank Street in the Glebe between Third and Fourth avenuesK1S 3V8 Ottawa , ON
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Screening of Pipe Dreams, a film by Academy Award-nominee Leslie Iwerks. The story of the greatest environmental battle in the US today: the Keystone XL Pipeline
We could be living in a smart market economy. And then there's the dumb market economy we're living in instead ... increasingly, courtesy of the Harper government. Exhibit A: the Keystone XL pipeline.
David J. Climenhaga
A U.S. diplomatic cable leaked to Wikileaks describes a plan to ship power to the United States -- possibly over transmission lines for which Alberta consumers will have to pay.