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Popping Canada's Carbon Bubble
Keith Brooks | On November 27, 6 p.m., Environmental Defence and the Pembina Institute are hosting a free public talk about Canada's carbon bubble. Come join us.
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David Suzuki | Taking measured steps to address global warming would have few negative economic effects and would offer numerous benefits. Failing to act would be disastrous for the economy and environment.
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Dale Marshall | Financial and environmental risks for companies and investors in the tar sands are growing.
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Susan Wright | Licia Corbella wrote in the Calgary Herald last week that Jim Prentice closely resembled popular former Alberta Premier Peter Lougheed. Nothing could be further from the truth.
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David Suzuki | Some people, including our prime minister, argue that proven methods to tackle climate change are too costly. But evidence from all parts of the political spectrum shows the opposite.
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Eriel Deranger, Melina Laboucan-Massimo | People from across Alberta, Canada and the world took part in the final tar sands healing walk this June. Five years after the first walk, two organizers reflect on what the action has accomplished.
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Murray Dobbin | As the world struggles with how to deal with the slow motion apocalypse of global climate change it becomes more and more apparent that we are trapped in "the kind of thinking" that got us here.
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Desmond Tutu
David J. Climenhaga | It doesn't matter who you are, you're in for a ritual trashing if you dare to speak out in Alberta against Bitumen Sands development.
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David Suzuki | We shouldn't be debating whether it's better to transport fossil fuels by rail or pipeline; we should be asking how to reduce the need for both by cutting back on oil, gas and coal.
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Kevin Grandia | What is wrong with disagreement? It can be the catalyst of progress.
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Yves Engler | Widely known as “Dutch Disease”, this well established economic paradox has become a taboo subject in this country.
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Roger Annis | The fossil fuel industry offensive in British Columbia and across Canada is proceeding relentlessly. This is a report from some of the key fronts of the fossil fuel wars.