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  • 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 >

  • Direct action on climate change is legally necessary

    Blogpost by Shane Moffatt - January 7, 2011 at 11:02 2 comments

    An English court yesterday spared 18 climate activists from jail sentences after a jury found them guilty of conspiracy to commit trespass in December of last year.

    The convictions stemmed from a pre-emptive police strike against over one hundred cli... Read more >

  • A little breathing space for tuna on New Year's Day

    Blogpost by Stephanie Goodwin - January 4, 2011 at 16:32

    A new no-take zone bans purse seine fishing from 4.5 million km2 over five areas of international waters of the Pacific

    New Year’s Day is often a day of resolutions, of sleeping in and of new beginnings. Well, for tuna under attack from overfishin... Read more >

  • The only thing we know for sure about today’s Cabinet shuffle in Ottawa is that there will be a new federal Environment Minister. Which is about as exciting as when they change the box on my breakfast cereal.

    The federal government desperately needs ... Read more >

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