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  • 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 >

  • Polluter Harmony: Delivering a tough message with a smile

    Blogpost by Keith Stewart - February 22, 2011 at 14:23

    Greenpeace’s Polluter Harmony video spoofing Environment Minister Peter Kent’s defence of the tar sands is now approaching 30,000 views and rising. So there's no better time to watch it and send your own love letter to Peter Kent.

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  • The Chinese people say “NO” to GE rice

    Blogpost by Pan Wenjing - February 22, 2011 at 9:53

    GE rice

    “We don’t want GE rice!” is the clear message that has rung loud and clear in China. Here at the Greenpeace office in Beijing, we have been getting more and more calls and emails from parents, housewives, college students, seed sellers, and ev... Read more >

  • Japan cuts its whaling hunt short. Will it be the last?

    Blogpost by Junichi Sato - February 18, 2011 at 13:29

    Today, the Japanese Ministry of Agriculture, Forestry and Fisheries announced that they are ending this year’s Antarctic whaling season early, and have called the fleet back to port. This is fantastic news, and not a moment too soon. It’s another na... Read more >

  • Global warming causing extreme snow and rain events: US groups fight pipeline

    Blogpost by Brian Blomme - February 17, 2011 at 14:03

    Interesting news today on the climate front.

    Two studies released 16 Feb. 2011 link global warming to extreme snowfalls and rainstorms. The studies show these weather events have become substantially stronger.

    News reports indicate that this is the ... Read more >

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