A breaking story in the Globe and Mail reports that eight coastal First Nations have issued a formal declaration stating “that oil tankers carrying crude from the Alberta tar sands will not be allowed to transit our lands and waters.”
The Resistance against car use continues to suffer heavy casualties. A non-fatal accident in Toronto. Photo: Martin Reis
Civilian deaths caused by The Car in Canada this past year, as in previous years, will number almost 3,000. The enemy is strong, but we continue to resist.
My mother always said, if you want to do one thing to decrease suffering in the world, make sure you give everyone, everywhere access to free, clean water.
How did Americans begin to buy more than half a billion bottles of water every week when it already flows from the tap?
How the bottled water industry manufactured demand for bottled water, despite tap water being cheaper, tastier, and vastly more environmentally sustainable.
We need to step back from the frenzy for a moment and contemplate the deeper mysteries. Enchanted parsnips just might be the trick!
Pablo Solon was lead negotiator for Bolivia at December's climate conference in Copenhagen. In this talk, recorded in Vancouver, he talks about what went wrong in Denmark.
Several major groups in Alberta plan to challenge the Alberta government's plans to implement water markets in the province.
Voices from Bolivia and Venezuela on the fight for climate justice after Copenhagen featuring Pablo Solon, Bolivia's representative at the United Nations.