|Blog David J. Climenhaga | There are important caveats. The Kenney government left the door wide open to reviewing coal policy later and coming up with "a new, modern coal policy" when things settle down.|
|Blog David J. Climenhaga | If you're wondering if the government is on the ropes, or just playing rope-a-dope and letting its opponents tire themselves out, the answer is probably rope-a-dope.|
Federal environment minister Jonathan Wilkinson suddenly gives Alberta coal mine proposal the fish eyeDavid J. Climenhaga | Could Wilkinson's doubts have anything to do with the appointment of a climate change denier as a VP of the Alberta Energy Regulator?
|Blog Emma Lui | Ultra-marathoner Caribou Legs is on a run to Ottawa to draw attention to the need to protect our lakes and rivers. Here's what you can do to support his run and #pledge2protect our waterways.|
|Blog Maryam Adrangi | In B.C., we often forget to talk about coal. We need to recognize that B.C. already has 10 operating coal mines and has even more proposals for new mines.|
Familiar-sounding Australian report reveals exaggerated benefits and under-estimated costs of miningRamsey Hart | Australian research organizations recently released a review of the economic assessments of Australian coal projects and found that the proponent-generated reviews greatly overstated the benefits.
|Podcast Redeye Collective | Environmentalists worked hard to get the Flathead watershed in B.C. protected from oil and gas and mining. However, certain areas are not protected from logging, quarrying operations or coal mining.|
|Blog Media Consortium Blogger, Sarah Laskow | It's the naughty children who get coal in their stockings, and it seems Americans must have been naughty this year. Because across the country, we're awash with coal, carcinogens, and other toxins.|
|Blog Sarah Laskow | American industries and consumers are steadily polluting U.S. water systems.|