ForestEthics

Tzeporah Berman, rejected as "ineligible writer", questions government's targeting of environmentalists

Prominent environmentalist and writer Tzeporah Berman expressed shock at her rejection as an "ineligible writer" for Canada Council funding at the Denman Island Readers and Writers Festival....

After Enbridge AGM, pipeline opponents hopeful

After an amazing rally in Toronto where the Yinka Dene Alliance and supporters led the march to the Enbridge Annual General Meeting, a number of people who had registered proxies were denied entry to...

A fight for the soul of Canada

"Canadians have a right to free speech and deserve to be encouraged to engage in issues critical to the country’s future," says ForestEthics co-founder and renowned activist Tzeporah Berman.

At Sundance London, Prince Charles' new documentary sparks ForestEthics discussion

Prince Charles shows off his green side in a new documentary on climate change. "Our children and grandchildren will ask not what this generation said, but what it did," he says.

ForestEthics fights back against Harper government with advocacy

Environmentalists at ForestEthics take on the Harper government with a new, aggressive campaign -- in response to the government's attacks on green charities.

Top Vancouver Events March 1-4: eating contest, salsa festival and more

What are the top events in town this week? From a unique eating contest to salsa dancing, here's a list of the coolest things to do in Vancouver.

"Scary time" for Canada

Critics say they’re “dismayed” by Prime Minister Stephen Harper’s anti-democratic and “McCarthy-esque” tactics, regarding regulatory hearings for the Northern Gateway oil sands pipeline.

Oilsands protest: activists greet Natural Resources Minister Joe Oliver at business event

Protesters portray Natural Resources Minister Oliver as a puppet for foreign corporations, while voicing their concerns over the controversial Northern Gateway pipeline.

Enviros question methodology of Enbridge poll disputing Northern Gateway pipeline opposition

A new poll sponsored by Enbridge says BC residents support the oilsands pipeline, but also shows that 55 per cent of respondents are unfamiliar with the project.