Podcast
Victoria Fenner | This forum, on October 3, 2014, brought together parliamentarians, experts and the public, to continue dialogue on renewable energy and clean technology in Canada.
Blog
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Brent Patterson | Both pipelines may be running by 2018 and both represent a destructive expansion of the tar sands and greenhouse gas emissions that will accelerate our path to climate catastrophe.
Blog
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Marc Lee | The B.C. government has placed all of its bets on LNG. So much political capital has been spent, and the proponents know this, that they may settle for a bad deal rather than no deal.
Blog
Gary Engler | Unions and environmentalists share a common enemy: an economic system run by and for the wealthiest people in the world.
Activist Toolkit
| An intermediate guide for facilitators on grassroots community organizing against waste facilities
Activist Toolkit
| An annual campaign to encourage the world to turn off all lights for one hour
Blog
Gary Engler | There is nothing more important than a healthy environment. Without that, all the other fundamentals — food, housing, education, family, leisure, pensions etc. — are at risk.
Blog
Gary Engler | Saving the planet from global warming and ensuring a future for our grandchildren are powerful incentives for billions of working people to participate in a necessary global movement.
Blog
Scott Harris | The announcement of the Auditor General's investigation into pipeline safety is a major victory for the network of groups in the province that has been pushing for an independent review.
Blog
Mary Galvin | There are clear indications that oil and gas companies will be given the green light soon to start "fracking" South Africa.
Columnists
Pro Bono, Brian Iler, Kirsten Iler | Given the scientific consensus that wind turbines are not dangerous to human health, it is time to shift focus to a real issue: fixing wind energy policy to increase community power in Canada.
RabbleTV
rabbleTV | Fractured Land tells the story of Caleb Behn, an inspiring young Indigenous law student taking on Big Oil and Gas to protect his people's land, water and culture in northern Canada.