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PRESS RELEASE: Greenpeace to intervene in Supreme Court case on orphan well clean-up

Press release | February 5, 2018 at 10:11

5 February 2018 (OTTAWA) — Greenpeace Canada has been granted Intervenor status in the upcoming Supreme Court of Canada case, Orphan Well Association, et al. v. Grant Thornton Limited, et al. Our factum will be publicly available on the SCC website.

So Glad You Asked! Greenpeace's response to some well worn questions.

Blog entry by mhudema | February 26, 2014 2 comments

We generally get the same strawman arguments over and over again so over the next little while I want to take some time to answer them.   Here’s the first one.  (If you encounter it in your travels feel free to forward them this...

So Glad You Asked 2: Greenpeace response to some well worn questions.

Blog entry by mhudema | March 3, 2014

We generally get the same straw man arguments over and over again so over the next little while I wanted to take some time to answer them.   The first “Answering the Critics” is here .  The second is below. If you encounter...

New leadership at Greenpeace International

Feature story | June 10, 2009 at 17:00

Greenpeace will soon have a new leader. Kumi Naidoo will take up the role of Executive Director of Greenpeace International in November 2009, when Gerd Leipold steps down after nearly nine years as our activist-in-chief.

Harper needs to act on Rail Safety

Blog entry by mhudema | October 22, 2013

Harper needs to act on Rail Safety Yesterday I tried to drive to Gainford. I wanted to try to assess for myself how much damage had been done because of the latest train derailment disaster. 13 rail cars – four laden with...

Is the Alberta government’s ‘Tar Sands is King’ attitude silencing doctors?

Blog entry by Mike Hudema | February 7, 2014

When we get sick, when we experience symptoms that we’ve never seen before, we rely on doctors to tell us what’s wrong. We rely on their knowledge and training to diagnose our symptoms and tell us how to get better.  When Peace...

Oil company wants to restart operations at site of unstoppable tar sands spill

Blog entry by Mike Hudema | March 6, 2014

One of Canada’s largest oil companies seems to be unaware of the basic rule we all learned in kindergarten: if you make a mess, you clean it up…. before making another one.  Act now to prevent CNRL from making a big tar sands...

The debate continues on Ontario’s budget bill

Blog entry by Corinna Thomassen-Darby | May 31, 2012

Public awareness continues to grow about the damage the Ontario’s government’s budget bill (Bill 55) will inflict on the environment. MPP Jonah Schein (NDP, Davenport) spoke out on the floor of the Ontario Legislature on Monday...

Alberta: where we only prosecute tarsands violations 1% of the time:

Blog entry by mhudema | July 24, 2013

New study reveals shocking details about provinces tar sands regulation and enforcement.   The Alberta government has made a lot of ‘world class’ claims relating to its management of a growing tar sands industry. Over the past few...

Tar sands communities flee homes to escape emissions, panel told

Blog entry by mhudema | February 4, 2014

As the Alberta government was celebrating the State Department analysis into the effects of the KeystoneXL tar sands pipeline, several Peace River residents were at a  hearing talking about the tar sands emissions  that they've been...

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