Amy Lubik

Amy Anne Lubik holds a PhD in cancer research, and is a member for the Canadian Association of Physicians for the Environment, the Public Health Association of BC and Bridge for Health Coop.

She is a long-time volunteer for Amnesty International, founder of the Queensland University of Technology chapter of Universities Allied for Essential Medicines and an alumna of the Next Up Leadership program through the Canadian Centre for Policy Alternatives, BC.

As a lover of animals and nature, she became involved in environmental advocacy when the pipelines began to threaten the Great Bear Rainforest, and is now a local organizer for Leadnow, advocating for democratic, economic, and climate justice.


The Kinder Morgan Pipeline: An unhealthy choice for B.C.

“In many cases, the economic activity anticipated from development proposals are presumed to be beneficial and additive, ignoring the adverse health impacts of much economic activity.” As the City of...

The Trans-Pacific Partnership, health, and climate change: time to listen to your doctor

“When we think of health we often think of hospitals and the healthcare system—but increasingly, the social and ecological determinants of health are recognized to have much greater impact on overall...

Not so sunny ways: Canada looks the other way on arms scrutiny

“Canada is back.” So said the new Liberal government when it took office – back to being a peace keeper nation. During the 2015 Federal election, many social justice advocates joined the campaign to...

Fracking and LNG Projects: What is really at stake for our long term health?

In March 2016, the Woodfibre Liquefied Natural Gas (LNG) processing project was approved, granted with some conditions.There is a great deal of worry from scientists about the health...

Protect Great Bear Rainforest creatures from trophy hunters and pipelines

The economic and social case is there to protect the Great Bear Rainforest. All that's missing is a political will.
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