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A top investigative reporter, a veteran Ottawa reporter. That's what you'll get by backing National Observer's Kickstarter campaign!
Hot temperatures. Brutal conflicts. A new publication from ground zero of climate change.
Friday night at Media Democracy Days 2014, a stimulating line-up of films will be screened, including Vancouver Observer - Tar Sands Reporting Project's TarNation, Richochet's interview with Glenn...
I was delighted this week to see an e-mail from the people at Kickstarter saying, “we really love your project!” Staff at the crowdfunding website said they had chosen our Tar Sands...
Susan Ellard has explored the issues surrounding climate change and found a difference between what you know... and what you think you know.
As the executive director of the Georgia Strait Alliance, a citizen's group dedicated to protecting the coastal waters of the Strait of Georgia, Christianne Wilhelmson thinks a lot about how to...
Eli Pivnick has faith in resilient local communities to create a future that doesn't depend on fossil fuels.
Writer and climate change speaker Guy Dauncey says the future will be in solar energy. First in a series brought to you by The Tar Sands Reporting Project's crowd-sourced funders.
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.