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Isabel Zuleta of Movimiento Ríos Vivos Antioquia in Colombia and Natalia Atz Sunuc of the Guatemalan association Kaji' Ajpop. Image: KAIROS
Gabriela Jiménez | Large-scale resource extraction perpetuates violence, even in countries with peace accords. Women are often on the frontlines of mobilizing to protect land and water.
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Woman at microphone for Women Deliver conference. Image: Women Deliver/Facebook​
Penney Kome | Women Deliver's main pitch is to make sure that women's specific concerns are included as developing nations strive to expand their economies.
Podcast
Boat Seaview Cape Tormentine. Image: Michel Rathwell/Flickr
Scott Neigh | Jill Graham-Scanlan talks about the Friends of the Northumberland Strait and its work to protect that body of water from pulp mill effluent.
Podcast
Building the skills of social movement organizers
Scott Neigh | Peter Gibbs talks about Organize BC, an group devoted to building the capacities of people fighting for social and environmental justice in western Canada.
Blog
Part of the crowd at yesterday Bighorn Park open house in Edmonton (Photo: David J. Climenhaga).
David J. Climenhaga | Everything seemed copacetic at the Bighorn Wildland Provincial Park proposal open house in Edmonton on Saturday.
Podcast
Land defence camp in Manitoba opposes the Line 3 tar sands pipeline
Scott Neigh | Geraldine McManus talks about the Spirit of the Buffalo Camp in rural Manitoba and about her opposition to the Line 3 tar sands pipeline.
Podcast
Organizing in small-town Nova Scotia to stop offshore drilling
Scott Neigh | Marilyn Keddy and Peter Puxley talk about the work of the Campaign to Protect Offshore Nova Scotia to defend east coast fisheries and communities from the dangers of offshore oil and gas development.
Podcast
'Endzeit' - a new film about the environment, collective guilt and social change
Face2Face | Carolina Hellsgård talks to Face2Face host David Peck talks about her new film, faith in humanity, collective guilt, environmentalism and why having a positive view of the apocalypse is important.
Podcast
The Elephant Queen
Face2Face | A story about a matriarch who will do everything in her power to protect her family. It’s about friendship & loss - a love letter to a species that could be gone from our planet in a generation.
Podcast
Helicopter of view of Lac-Mégantic, Quebec
Victoria Fenner | Author Bruce Campbell weaves a skillful narrative about how policy failure devastated lives in a tragic story of big oil, deregulation and free market ideology.
Podcast
Rob Stewart
Face2Face | Canadian filmmaker and activist Rob Stewart died when he was in production with "Sharkwater Extinction." Friend and colleague Brock Cahill talks to David Peck talk about his legacy.
News
Vancouver. Image: Cliff Hellis/Flickr
Cheryl Whiting | Eye-opening studies show that the operation emissions of a building after 60 years are only half of the embodied emissions that are present as of day one, thanks to its construction methods.