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It’s time to say yes to people, no to oil

This Tuesday, an unprecedented journey started on the shores of Vancouver. For the first time ever, six people from as many First Nations set sail on board the Greenpeace ship MY Esperanza to Haida Gwaii, to help connect coastal communities opposing pipelines and super tankers to the seven-million-strong global movement against Arctic oil drilling.
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Clean car rules would eliminate European market for tar sands oil

Feature story | October 20, 2010 at 11:31

(Toronto) — Today, Greenpeace released a report in Europe showing how tougher EU fuel efficiency regulations would eliminate the need for Europe to import oil from the Alberta tar sands, the Arctic or deep water oil fields.

The People Say: No Oil Tankers, No Problem

Blog entry by Stephanie Goodwin | October 18, 2010 1 comment

For the past few years, the best kept secret in Vancouver is that crude oil tanker traffic, once a rarity in Vancouver’s harbour, has increased dramatically with more than one oil tanker a week leaving our narrow harbour.  The oil...

Greenpeace spotlights key species in the Great Bear Rainforest to help ensure...

Feature story | October 18, 2010 at 9:01

The Great Bear Rainforest is an emerald on Canada’s West Coast, stretching along two-thirds of the British Columbia coast to Alaska. It’s the traditional territory of many coastal First Nations, whose peoples have called this region home for...

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