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David Suzuki | Protected areas are one aspect of keeping coastal ecosystems healthy. Responsible stewardship also requires effective fisheries management, strong penalties for polluters and emissions reductions.
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David Suzuki | It's ironic that after a history of facing genocidal policies, North America's original peoples are leading a struggle on behalf of us all.
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Redeye Collective | The failure of the dam on the Mount Polley tailings pond led to one of the largest environmental disasters in B.C.'s history.
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David Suzuki | A weak provincial climate plan that fails to meet emissions targets and acceptance of new ocean-based fish farm applications won't help wild salmon.
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David Suzuki | Our country's commitment to protect 10 per cent of its marine environment by 2020 is a good start, but if we followed countries like Australia and the U.S, we'd aim higher.
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Redeye Collective | A delegation from Clayoquot Sound is heading to Norway, home of the fish farm giant Cermaq, with a message about the damage being done to B.C.'s coastal ecosystem.
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Redeye Collective | Plans by a Japanese-owned company to install a new open-net fish farm in Clayoquot Sound met with opposition from local First Nations people last week.
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David Suzuki | Most British Columbians -- and Canadians -- are against the grizzly trophy hunt. It's time for the government to listen to the majority rather than industry donors and ban this barbaric practice.
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David Suzuki | Can we learn from the Mount Polley disaster, even in the face of unprecedented dismantling of Canada's environmental regulations and decreased funding for monitoring and enforcement?
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David Suzuki | The Sacred Headwaters is at risk from a multitude of proposed mines, railways, transmission lines and other projects, including a mountaintop coal mine. The Tahltan have vowed to protect the area.
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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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Members of the Neskonlith Band camping at Tum Tum Lake  in the headwaters of the
Ramsey Hart | Last week I had the opportunity to visit Secwepemc territory in south-central B.C. I was invited the Neskonlith Band to speak with them about the Ruddock Creek project, a proposed lead and zinc mine.