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Christopher Majka | Former Russian Deputy Energy Minister Vladimir Milov knows the corrosive power of the kleptocratic state and what political and economic ideas make Vladimir Putin tick. Peer within the crocodile mind.
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Gordon Laxer | In this excerpt from his new book After the Sands, Gordon Laxer examines what Canadians need to know about ownership in Canada's energy industry.
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Emma Lui | This blog gives an overview of some key water issues, parties' positions and includes questions to ask local candidates.
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Naomi Klein, George Elliott Clarke, Joseph Boyden | On Monday, September 15, a group of prominent Canadians came together to launch the Leap Manifesto -- a bold vision for Canada's future.
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various | A call for a Canada based on caring for the Earth and one another.
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Adam Scott | An important reminder of how misleading the oil industry's promises about safety are.
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Gordon Laxer | The premiers must do more to fight global warming than adding verbal hot air.
Podcast
Redeye Collective | The B.C. government is determined to flood thousands of acres of farmland and traditional territories in the Peace River valley. A court challenge may be the only way to stop the Site C dam.
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.
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David Suzuki | A Health Canada study finds no measurable association between wind turbine noise and sleep disturbance and disorders, illnesses and chronic health conditions, or stress and quality-of-life issues.
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Ole Hendrickson | Climate change deniers may unwittingly do us a favour if they shift our thinking away from average weather, global warming and climate change to the broader concept of a high-energy world.
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Jon Milton | As Line 9 is readied for use by Enbridge, and other carbon-fuel projects emerge throughout the province, citizens' resistance is on the rise.