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Darlington: It’s Not Worth the Risk

Blog entry by Shawn-Patirck Stensil, Senior Energy Analyst | September 3, 2015

We can’t expect our elected officials to make good decisions when key information is being hidden from them. And when that involves nuclear safety, millions are at risk. Sometime this Fall, Premier Kathleen Wynne will be asked to...

On Sept. 13th, join me on the Ride for Renewables!

Blog entry by Kirsten Dahl | September 2, 2015

On Sept. 13th, I will ride along with scores of other concerned citizens from Ontario’s oldest nuclear power plant (Pickering) to its newest (Darlington). I hope that you, too, will join us . We’re doing this to send a...

5 Ways Seismic Blasting Threatens Whales

Blog entry by Farrah Khan, Arctic Campaigner | August 27, 2015 1 comment

We don’t have to look very far back in history to find proof of why offshore oil drilling is a dangerous endeavour. The BP oil blowout and  the Exxon-Valdez spill both left surrounding regions devastated and neither company was able to...

What the Globe and Mail editorial missed on pipeline reviews

Blog entry by Keith Stewart | August 21, 2015

Last Saturday’s Globe and Mail editorial assessed the positions of the four major political parties in Canada on pipelines, and they have promised to return to the topic this weekend. It was another sign of just how important energy...

Volunteer Spotlight: Sue Andrews

Blog entry by jlevin | August 21, 2015

Volunteer Name :  Sue Andrews Volunteer Title :  Local Group Organizer Age :  64 Location :  Victoria 1] How long have you been volunteering for Greenpeace and why did you choose Greenpeace at a place to offer you...

How Harper turned a nuclear watchdog into a lapdog

Blog entry by Shawn-Patrick Stensil | August 19, 2015

As Prime Minister, Stephen Harper is famous for his preoccupation with controlling the flow of information. When it comes to nuclear safety, however, this obsession with information control has transformed our supposedly-independent...

The old man and the sea of oil

Blog entry by Maria Favorsky | August 19, 2015

Lake Imlor is nestled deep within the Russian taiga in western Siberia. More than half of Russia's oil production comes from the surrounding region. For the Indigenous Khanty people who live here, the lake is sacred. They have...

Indian Independence Day: Dissent is vital in a democracy

Blog entry by Vinuta Gopal | August 15, 2015

As India’s 69th Independence Day approaches, a new fight for freedom is afoot. This time, the struggle is one to define and defend what a real democracy should be. This time, the power we need to challenge is one of our own making,...

India at 69 - a 27 year old reflects

Blog entry by Navdha Malhotra | August 15, 2015

All rights reserved . Credit: Greenpeace India enters its 69th year of independence Greenpeace India digital campaigner Navdha Malhotra reflects on what Independence day means to her this year. She has...

Collaboration the key to sustainability in Canada’s Boreal Forest

Blog entry by Joanna Kerr | August 14, 2015

This week, a multibillion dollar logging company spent a small fortune taking out full page attack ads aimed at Greenpeace and ForestEthics in newspapers across Canada.  If you didn’t see the ads, the company, Resolute Forest...

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