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Liberals toughen up pipeline review process
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau’s government will extend the reviews of two major proposed pipeline projects by several months and appoint new members to the National Energy Board as part of a larger...
Mike De Souza
Jan 27th, 2016
Climate activists lock themselves to door of Vancouver National Energy Board office
Some 25 activists led by 350Vancouver marched through the downtown core up to the regional office of the National Energy Board, where they presented a “People’s Injunction” notice. The...
Valentina Ruiz Leotaud
Jan 18th, 2016
Climate change could cut First Nations fisheries’ catch in half
First Nations fisheries’ catch could decline by nearly 50 per cent by 2050, according to a new study examining the threat of climate change to the food and economic security of indigenous communities...
Jan 13th, 2016
Climate change-caused droughts take toll on global crops
Drought and extreme heat slashed global cereal harvests between 1964 and 2007 – and the impact of these weather disasters was greatest in North America, Europe and Australasia, according to a new...
Jan 6th, 2016
Soil: Don’t treat it like dirt
Soil keeps us alive and regulates the climate. Let’s give it the respect it deserves.
Dec 6th, 2015
Facing the refugee and climate crisis at a train station in Austria
Instead of acting like a reluctant government official, I become more engaged, more aware. Too much caution in the face of this crisis could hurt innocent families.
Dec 1st, 2015
Trade mission to China focuses on clean energy and cultural ties
NEWS RELEASE from Office of the Premier and Ministry of International Trade VANCOUVER - Supplying China's growing demand for clean energy technology and celebrating British Columbia's...
Oct 30th, 2015
Sandy Garossino new associate editor at National Observer
Since August, her columns have attracted enormous attention. We can take a hint.
Oct 30th, 2015
Scientist Alejandro Frid's Book Tackles Climate Change Wisely
New book by Scientist Alejandro Frid explores new ways of thinking about climate change.
Oct 13th, 2015
The Ingenious Tim Flannery Takes on Our Inevitable Climate Crisis in his New Book
Best -selling author and scientist Tim Flannery's latest book, "Atmosphere of Change: Searching for Solutions to the Climate Crisis" changes the conversation about our climate future.
Oct 20th, 2015