Environment

Mass opposition to Squamish LNG plant sparks calls for citizens' vote

Woodfibre LNG under fire from residents as bad for public safety, whales, and the tourism sector.
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Oil sands: a promise and a curse

Thoughts for responsible oil sands development: a visitor's perspective

B.C. losing global LNG race to other countries, warn energy experts

Is B.C.'s LNG industry facing oblivion? Energy economists say province acting too slowly in global race to supply Asia with fossil fuels.

Arctic LNG tankers to sail a rapidly melting north

Canada may be losing global race to get natural gas to Asia, as concerns loom large about wilder weather due to climate change

LNG terminals could collapse B.C. wild salmon run: SFU scientists

New science shows that Pacific Northwest LNG and Prince Rupert LNG are smack dab in the most sensitive spot for millions of Skeena salmon, treasured by fisheries, anglers and First Nations

First Nations' cancer linked to oil sands’ toxins in wild food: study

Deeply frustrated by provincial denials of health concerns, two First Nations commissioned their own study using out-of-province university researchers to examine oil sands pollutants.

Anti-environmental activists protest green policies by 'rolling coal'

Many of the coal-rolling activists expressed a dislike for U.S. President Barack Obama and his climate change policies.

Northern Gateway hearings were a path to self-discovery for many of its opponents

The transformation of Minchin from shy recluse to articulate advocate started one day when he found an oil-soaked log on a beach near Kitimat.

Kinder Morgan's $136 million pipeline 'war chest' to be paid by Canadians

"The decision to enable this unfair advantage is unprecedented. The approach has been rejected out of hand by US regulators."

Final Healing Walk draws more than 200

"Stop the destruction, start the healing," was the rallying cry for hundreds at yesterday's final Healing Walk, at the edge of the tar sands, in Fort McMurray.

Enbridge dead, LNG delayed by ‘historic’ Supreme Court ruling: Aboriginal leaders

Stock watchers and Aboriginal leaders weigh in on the historic impact of a landmark legal decision, granting Aboriginals more control over pipeline and resource developments

Beluga battle: Vancouver Aquarium defends captive whales as good science

Amid calls that whales and dolphins in captivity are "cruel" - the Vancouver Aquarium showcases research aimed at improving belugas' lives in a warming Arctic