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  • Alberta’s attempt to bully U.S. Environmental Protection Agency falls flat

    Blogpost by Keith Stewart - January 24, 2011 at 11:08

    I thought only the Brits could pull off this kind of discreet disdain, but there’s probably a little less swagger in the step of Alberta’s officialdom after a polite-bordering-on-condescending rebuke from the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA)... Read more >


    Blogpost by Anil Kanji - January 19, 2011 at 17:09 3 comments

    Canada’s new Environment Minister Peter Kent didn’t even let the ink dry on his new contract before he revealed his true allegiances, vowing to defend Alberta’s tar sands as “ethical oil.” But what’s ethical about destroying trees and ecosystems, pois... Read more >

  • Orca vs. Canada - Round 2

    Blogpost by Stephanie Goodwin - January 17, 2011 at 16:59 1 comment

    It seems that the Canadian government would rather go to court and waste taxpayers money than actually do their job these days, even when the Federal Court tells them they've been negligent.

    Last month, the Canadian government was delivered a resou... Read more >

  • Are oil investors using the wrong indicators of value?

    Blogpost by Lorne Stockman - January 17, 2011 at 16:30

    Greenpeace released a report today with partners from Platform and Oil Change International about oil investment and increasingly risky sources of oil. Download the report here (pdf).

    This is a guest blog from our colleague Lorne Stockman of Oil Chan...

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  • Shale Gas Round Table Conference

    Blogpost by Eric Darier Ph.D. - January 11, 2011 at 19:47


    The Comité de Mobilisation du Gaz de Schiste de Mont-St-Hilaire invites you to a Round Table conference during which four (4) experts from Quebec and the United States will shed new light on the economic and environmental stakes associated with the... Read more >

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