Activist Toolkit
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Brent Patterson | Is it possible that the COP 21 climate summit could be used as a moment to promote the tar sands and export pipelines?
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Emily Eaton | With little in the way of a comprehensive provincial strategy to combat climate change, the Saskatchewan government is touting its investment in SaskPower's Carbon Capture and Storage technology.
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Marc Lee | Well, we saw this coming but it's still sobering to see it in black and white. The B.C. government's decision to cut its proposed LNG Income Tax in half is simply a cave-in to industry.
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Marc Lee | The B.C. government's proposed carbon pollution benchmarks for LNG plants leave much to be desired. The package is an impressive display of cognitive dissonance.
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Redeye Collective | With profits increasingly threatened by rising fuel prices, airlines are turning to biofuels both to reduce costs and to give the industry a sustainable image.
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Krystalline Kraus | Join together to shame two hypocrites -- Christy Clark and Peter Kent -- and prevent them from "greenwashing" their image when it comes to sustainability. Let them hear the voice of local opposition.
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Dan Kellar, [email protected] Radio | Canadian NGOs work for the violent colonial state even as Harper continues to reduce the ability of Environment Canada to protect the environment.
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Redeye
Lorraine Chisholm | Longtime activist Ian Hussey says that the fair-trade bureaucracy has centralized power in the Global North and that producers have little say in their working and living conditions.
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Krystalline Kraus | A greenwashing ad corporations would be proud of. Download and share it because it will probably get shut down quick.
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Redeye
Sean Mullen | The Centre for Immigration Policy Reform is using environmental arguments to push for more restrictive immigration policies in Canada.
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Redeye
Sean Mullen | Chief Liz Logan says the Site C dam proposed for the Peace River will destroy thousands of hectares of old growth forest, valuable farmland and First Nations traditional territory.