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Karl Nerenberg | The Government of Canada's official website has lots of information about Canadian Environment Week, which runs June 2 - 8. But the Harper government seems to have forgotten to mark the occasion.
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John Bennett | Environment Minister Peter Kent will be in Cambridge Bay, Nunavut today to announce a new Canadian climate change adaptation project in partnership with American and German scientists.
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Peter Van Loan
David J. Climenhaga | Maybe a bench-clearing parliamentary brawl would be just the ticket to boost our flagging national spirits in this hockey-deprived season!
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Nadia Kanji, Peggy Lam | As leaders from Shell and BMW sit around a table discussing their "green image," visions of cancer plagued frontline communities are making our stomachs churn.
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Alana Westwood | During the negotiations, the world will be watching as Canada threatens to saddle the entire planet with a climate legacy that goes well beyond two degrees.
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Emma Lui | Organizing Team Administrative Assistant Philippe Charbonneau, Communications Officer Matthew Ramsden and I dressed in hazardous materials suits, and attempted to deliver mock fracking fluids.
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Environment Minister Peter Kent
Christopher Majka | Is Environment Minister Peter Kent passing gas onto the next generation? Kent claims Canada's GHG reductions are 50 per cent on-target, but the real figure is only 9 per cent. Who is fabricating data?
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Dr. Christian Holz | This analysis shows how most of the "progress" on greenhouse pollution reduction that was claimed by the Harper government on Wednesday is based on a number scam as opposed to any meaningful progress.
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Marc Lee | A change in tone from Environment Minister Peter Kent is welcome, but when you look closely there is a credibility gap on the climate file at least as wide as Canada's emissions gap.
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Linda Leon | The subject of the 15th letter is Bill C-38, the ominous budget bill and Ryan's response to critics of the bill.
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Greenhouse gases from factory. Photo: CECAR - Climate and Ecosystems Change Adaptation R/Flickr
Andrea Harden-Donahue | The federal government released this year's greenhouse gas inventory report and Environment Minister Peter Kent insists it is a good news story.
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Sean Mullen | Stephen Harper and two key ministers, Peter Kent and Joe Oliver, have said the Environmental Assessment Act allows too much public input and threatens economic development.