Green businesses are cashing in, but can they reverse our warming crisis?
As environmental groups returned to court Thursday in their lawsuit to protect the province’s old growth rainforests, the B.C. government argued the Supreme Court was the wrong venue to debate the matter.
Neil Young issued his strongest words yet against his country’s energy boom.
Critics of a proposal to increase thermal coal exports through Port Metro Vancouver by 7.5% — or between four and eight million tons annually – are questioning a recent report that ruled the project would have no significant environmental or health impact.
Review of Peter Kulchyski’s provocatively titled new book, Aboriginal Rights are not Human Rights (Arbeiter Ring, 2013).
A controversial proposal to boost coal exports to Asia through the Lower Mainland has moved a step forward with a positive environmental review released Monday.
The BC Liberal government’s heavy push for liquified natural gas (LNG) development in the province may have successfully placated some opponents, such as big labour unions, with promises of more than 100,000 jobs and massive revenues for the province.
Now in its second year, Living the New Economy is designed to “energize, accelerate and celebrate the people, institutions and collaborations that are bringing a new economic movement to life.”
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.
Newly released documents suggest Port Metro Vancouver, the federal regulator reviewing a plan to expand the region’s coal exports, donated to a coal industry lobby conference in September but attempted to hide its sponsorship.