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Brent Patterson | The Supreme Court of Canada grants declaration to Tsilhquot'in that they have Aboriginal title to their lands and that the BC Forestry Act does not apply over their lands.
Podcast
Redeye Collective | Trees play an important role in addressing global warming by sequestering emissions. But recent figures show that forests in B.C. are now releasing alarming amounts of carbon rather than absorbing it.
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Ramsey Hart | MiningWatch encourages rabble readers to support the Algonquins of Barriere Lake's fight to protect their waters, lands and resources from clear-cut logging.
Podcast
Redeye Collective | In 1993, the west coast of Vancouver Island was the site one of the biggest civil disobedience campaigns in Canadian history. Now Clayoquot Sound faces threats from mining and fish farms.
Podcast
Redeye Collective | The Wilderness Committee has taken a close look at the NDP’s platform. Joe Foy gives us an assessment of what the party says it will do if it wins the provincial election on May 14.
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Janet Newbury | With a provincial election just around the corner in B.C. and municipal elections to follow, this is a good time citizens to think about how we can be more engaged in the democratic process.
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David Suzuki | Industrial projects like the Northern Gateway pipeline grab headlines, but it’s often the combined impacts of numerous activities that threaten to drive nature beyond critical tipping points.
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Logging on Texada Island, B.C. Photo: d∂wn/Flickr
Ben Parfitt | For more than a quarter century, logging companies at the government's blessing have been on a tear through British Columbia's expansive interior forests.
Book Review
Eating Dirt
Noreen Mae Ritsema | Eating Dirt is the veteran tree planter Charlotte Gill's homage to not only planting life, but to the larger context in which deforestation and reforestation take place.
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Jens Wieting, Valerie Langer and Eduardo Sousa | The Great Bear Rainforest is one of the last of its kind in the world. But despite promises of saving it, protection for this spectacular place is falling short.
Podcast
Mark Brooks, Jeff Gailus, Tenille Bonoguore, Will Turner | Alternatives' "Inside forestry" podcast looks at Parks Canada's 100th anniversary, the Canadian Boreal Forest Agreement and 10 global forest hotspots.
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Tria Donaldson | Logging has begun in the publicly owned Nanoose Bay Forest. The rare Coastal Douglas fir forest is one of the most endangered ecosystems in Canada.