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Sheryle Carlson | On January 16, elected members from all major political parties agreed that coal-fired power needs to be phased out in Alberta.
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Susan MacVittie | Neil Young garnered a lot of attention the other week for his statements about the tar sands. But who is really qualified to speak about the tar sands and their impact?
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rabble staff | As 2013 comes to a close, we'd like to look back on some of our great articles as well as some of the issues we think will rise to the forefront in 2014.
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rabble staff | The Vancouver Observer seeks to create one year of stories about the people, places and conflicts associated with Canada's tar sands that go deeper than daily journalism.
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Harrison Samphir | The Warsaw Climate Change Conference began days after Typhoon Haiyan and saw Japan, Canada and Australia reverse their climate change goals. We can combat this crisis through grassroots organizing.
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Karl Nerenberg | While the Philippines' chief delegate at the climate change summit warns against global warming, Canada's government cheers backwards initiatives and tries to prove bitumen isn't really that dirty.
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Karl Nerenberg | Harper's actions are sabotaging any progress Canada has made in environmental protection matters. Now, many species at risk that live in areas of oil and gas activity are on the chopping block.
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Gary Engler | Comedian Russell Brand declared that what our economic and political system shouldn't do is "destroy the planet" and create "massive economic disparity." How does power factor in?
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Seth Klein | Here are a few of the initial lessons I draw from the election, and what it means for a progressive research institute like the CCPA -- because I do think our work matters, more than ever.
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Seth Klein | Climate issues have received some welcome profile in this election, and in some of the platforms. It is possible to offer some assessment of where the parties have landed on climate action.
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Mark Calzavara set up camp with allies next to Lake 468 at the ELA
Brent Patterson | We asked people to 'Tell Ontario and Manitoba they are our only hope to save the ELA!' -- and they did!
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Elizabeth May | The rumours in Ottawa is that all our multilateral commitments are under review. I have heard well-connected folks express fear that we may withdraw from the United Nations Environment Programme.