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  • Bluefin tuna in the future means no fishing now

    Blogpost by Sarah King - May 11, 2011 at 15:09

    Lead scientists with the Committee on  the Status of Endangered Wildlife in Canada (COSEWIC) have recommended that bluefin tuna found and fished off Canada's east coast should be listed as an endangered species and legally protected under the Species ...

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    Toronto – While Fukushima nuclear reactors continue to spew out dangerous ionizing radiation exactly two months since the catastrophe began, Japanese Prime Minister Kan took a wise step forward this week by announcing an ambitious proposal to ... Read more >

  • The strange ways of Bay Street and Wall Street and food

    Blogpost by Brian Blomme - May 11, 2011 at 11:04

    climate change affecting cornMedia are reporting that a new study by academics in the U.S. shows that climate change is causing noticeable reductions in the yields of wheat and corn. Crops are damaged by higher temperatures which offsets any advantage that higher levels of carbon... Read more >

  • Major Italian tuna brand sold in Canada makes progress on sustainability....

    Blogpost by Giorgia Monti, GP Italy and Sarah King - May 10, 2011 at 15:08

    tuna canRiomare....a canned tuna brand seen in various supermarkets in Canada, has come out with their sustainability policy and has made some noteworthy progress toward greening their product lines. But as my colleague from Greenpeace Italy says, "there's no... Read more >

  • The Yes Men Fix Canada. Now you can too!

    Blogpost by Cody Skinner - May 9, 2011 at 8:07 1 comment

    Learn from the masters of the high jinks and hoax — the Yes Men!

    The Yes Men themselves are hosting a how-to clinic in Toronto this week to teach their brand of activism for social justice: high-profile spoofs that have solidified them as the world’s... Read more >

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