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An old-growth forest in Oregon. Image: David Patte/U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service
Joyce Nelson | More than 352 forest defenders have now been arrested at the Fairy Creek blockades in B.C. since mid-May.
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Trees in Whistler, B.C. Image credit: Randy Tarampi/Unsplash
David Suzuki | Tension between outdated extraction-based economics and the desire to protect that which makes the planet habitable for humans and other life is coming to loggerheads at Fairy Creek.
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Image: Used with permission of the Fairy Creek blockaders
Scott Neigh | Carole Tootill and Joshua Wright talk about the Fairy Creek blockades, which are defending some of the last big-tree, old-growth forest on Vancouver Island from clear-cut logging.
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Old growth on Vancouver Island
Redeye Collective | Ninety per cent of the forests on Vancouver Island have been logged. Now the B.C. Chamber of Commerce and the Union of B.C. Municipalities have joined the fight to save the last 10 per cent.
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Redeye Collective | The land in Papua New Guinea is almost entirely controlled by local communities. Yet a legal loophole has allowed foreign companies to log and export tropical wood from the country.
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AJ Klein | A Voice for the Voiceless Camp is nestled in St'át'imc territory in an area long inhabited by the Xwisten community, also known as the Bridge River Band.
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David Suzuki | The grizzly bear trophy hunt is a sport like dogfighting, cockfighting and bullfighting are sports -- maybe worse.
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Redeye Collective | Gwen Barlee of the Wilderness Committee says the B.C. government came up with its wolf cull strategy so that logging companies could continue destroying mountain caribou habitat.
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Redeye Collective | Drought and high summer temperatures have led to one of the worst forest fire seasons in recent years. Jens Wieting says that the B.C. government isn't taking climate change seriously.
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Redeye Collective | Teal Jones holds the tree farm licence for thousands of acres of Vancouver Island. Yet they just decided to log one of the last remaining pockets of ancient forest.
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Redeye Collective | The recent Supreme Court of Canada decision is the first to acknowledge Aboriginal title on the ground. It will affect the future of development projects all across B.C.
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Free Grassy | Need more information about Grassy Narrows' Supreme Court case? Read these five quick facts and pass them along.