Just when many of us were already asking “WTF is going on in Fukushima?” along comes venerated Canadian scientist David Suzuki with the most ominous warning yet.
With roughly three-quarters of B.C.’s $16 billion in annual south-bound exports dependent on the Interstate 5, business and transport unions are anxious about the economic losses incurred since the Skagit River bridge buckled and collapsed after being struck by an Alberta trucker May 23.
A withering report by the U.S. National Transportation Safety Board was notEnbridge’s only oil spill challenge in the summer of 2012.
Chapter on Enbridge’s Kalamazoo River oil spill disaster.
When Hurricane Sandy hit with full force on the U.S. Eastern Seaboard –shuttering New York’s famed subway system, shattering neighbourhoods and killing at least 70 people, including two in Canada – its superstorm remnants blazed north across the border.
Helicopters evacuated most of the 700 residents of Michipicoten First Nation on October 29 after the nearby town of Wawa declaring a state of emergency when flooding destroyed roads and bridges to the reserve.
Add excess consumption, over-population and extinctions to the climate crisis, and an SFU prof says the entire world teeters on the brink – and blink of an eye – according to a ground-breaking study.