SaveTheArctic

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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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Greenpeace warns Canadian communities about the threats of nuclear waste repositories

Feature story | September 15, 2010 at 20:29

Northern communities being courted as the site for a radioactive waste dump should be wary of the safety claims being made by the waste management agency controlled by the nuclear industry, says a new analysis of the scientific studies on...

Stop Darlington: protect electricity consumers and the environment

Feature story | September 15, 2010 at 13:56

Premier Dalton McGuinty and PC leader Tim Hudak both support spending $36 billion to build new nuclear reactors and rebuild aging reactors at the Darlington nuclear station. New reactors were originally supposed to cost $6 billion. Now, the...

Greenpeace tells World Energy Congress to go beyond dirty, risky oil

Feature story | September 12, 2010 at 11:09

(Montreal) — About 60 Greenpeace activists, a dozen of which in oil-covered bathing suits, staged a “Black Tide Beach Party” today to tell participants at the World Energy Congress (WEC) in Montreal that there is an urgent need for the world to...

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