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  • Skipjack tuna is cheap and plentiful... or is it?

    Blogpost by Jamie, Greenpeace UK - March 1, 2011 at 9:23

    Of all the tuna species, skipjack is seen as the most plentiful and the most sustainable. The speed with which it reproduces and matures has meant stocks are more resilient to our industrial fishing fleets than its bluefin and bigeye cousins, and has ... Read more >

  • What’s good for Kaddafi is good for Harper

    Blogpost by Bruce Cox - February 28, 2011 at 18:14

    Prime Minister Stephen Harper spent yesterday in meetings developing a strategy and response to the uprising unfolding in Libya. Following on the United Nations Security Council’s unanimous decision to condemn Libyan President Muammar Kaddafi’s violen... Read more >

  • Costco makes a move toward ocean protection

    Blogpost by Sarah King - February 28, 2011 at 16:26

    Costco Canada has officially released an updated sustainable seafood policy and removed various Redlist species from sale in the U.S. and in Canada. This marks the last of Canada's major supermarket chains to commit to moving away from selling seafo... Read more >

  • The numbers speak for themselves

    Blogpost by Mike Hudema - February 25, 2011 at 17:24

    Despite saying the words 'world class,' 'clean energy provider,' and 'sustainable development' enough times to make your head spin, the Progressive Conservative government revealed its true colours last night and showed once again that rhetoric is m... Read more >

  • Provinces Failing Caribou

    Blogpost by Catharine Grant - Forest Campaigner - February 23, 2011 at 12:28 1 comment

    Stan Boutin, a scientist with the University of Alberta, is criticizing the Alberta government for not bumping up the status of woodland caribou from “threatened” to “endangered.” He says that population data shows that the species is in rapid decline... Read more >

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