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Victoria’s Urban Forest: Asset or Liability?

In Victoria Foundation’s 2014 Vital Signs report, Victorians ranked the natural environment as the best part of living in the city and
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Articulating a Sensible Energy Strategy for Canada

When it comes to energy resource development in Canada, the two views most often heard are maximalist positions, one arguing
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Canadians Deserve an Energy Strategy that Better Serves the Public Interest

 In a recent column in the National Post, Michael Den Tandt heaped scorn on Neil Young and his “fellow oil
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Pricing out Consumerism: Just in Time for the Holidays

It’s that time of year again. The holiday season has arrived in full force, bombarding us with messages of “buy
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Re-Assessing Our Values: Questions of Social Equity and Environmental Integrity Around the ‘New’ Prosperity Mine

 August 23rd marked the end of the second round of public hearings over a proposed mine development for the Chilcotin
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Canadian Mining Companies Must be Accountable for Their Actions Abroad

The results of mining benefit every Canadian, found in virtually every product we use and throughout our economy. Through private
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Observations for North American Association for Environmental Education 42nd Annual Conference

On October 8, 2013, after a long trip, we arrived to Baltimore, Charm City, and buckets of rain. We were
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Oil Is Bringing the Arctic to a Rapid Boil

Encroaching Business Interests Photo Source: Reuters Climate is the new game changer Lloyd’s of London estimates that Arctic oil and
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