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Stephen Kimber | Less than two months after his new appointment, Nova Scotia's environment minister Andrew Younger is already backing away from his predecessor's commitment on polluter pay.
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Seth Klein | Which opposition party, with a potential to win the election, has the better platform when it comes to tackling climate change and inequality? Seth Klein weighs the parties on these core issues.
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Ole Hendrickson | While the August 6 leaders' debate shed some light on pipeline issues, this represents a remarkably narrow slice of the environmental issues that the next federal government will face.
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Marvin Shaffer | The biggest challenge facing provincial governments in B.C. and Alberta is finding the right balance between economic development and environmental objectives.
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Brent Patterson | As we approach both the election and the pivotal United Nations climate summit in Paris, Stephen Harper is hoping that climate change will not become an issue in the October 19 federal election.
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Lindsey Bertrand | The CCPA released a paper about "just transition" -- an approach that aims to minimize the impact of environmental policies on workers and communities in affected industries -- for resource workers.
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Emma Lui | Last month, Liberal Party Leader Justin Trudeau gave a speech to the Canadian Council for Public-Private Partnerships where he promoted P3s as a solution to infrastructure needs.
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Steve Cornwell | Nuclear proponents got the one-two punch on May 14 when the Federal Court nullified the approval of up to four new reactors at Darlington Station. Most called it "common sense," others, not so much.
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John Riddell | The Toronto City Council struck a blow to the NEB-approved project Line 9B when they voted in favour of asking Ontario to conduct a comprehensive environmental assessment.
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Karl Nerenberg | Rising acidity in the ocean has killed over ten million scallops off the coast of Vancouver Island. When asked about this issue, Conservatives could only muster a "we are studying the problem."
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Heather Menzies | The Yukon government's 'regional land-use plan' for the Peel River Watershed proposes to leave 29 per cent protected from development, versus the 80 per cent originally recommended. What gives?
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Karl Nerenberg | Less than two weeks ago, the Yukon government announced it would open most of the Peel River Watershed to mining and other development. First Nations groups and CPAWS have launched a lawsuit.