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  • Canada sweeps up three fossil awards at the Cancun climate conference

    Blogpost by Brian Blomme - November 30, 2010 at 17:50

    Another climate conference and another bad start for Canada. On the opening day of the United Nations climate conference in Cancun yesterday, Canada “won” three Fossil of the Day awards — a first, a second and a third place — and swept the awards.

    Mo... Read more >

  • Another ICCAT fail- bluefin's future remains in question

    Blogpost by sking - November 30, 2010 at 12:41

    Oh ICCAT, why are you so useless? I guess you can't really help it with crazy nations like Canada arguing to increase a quota on a bluefin tuna stock that has been fished to near collapse, poisoned by a massive oil spill in their spawning grounds, a... Read more >

  • Climate Inaction Costs Lives

    Blogpost by Melina Laboucan-Massimo - November 29, 2010 at 12:15

    Today the United Nations Climate Change Conference (COP16) begins here in Cancun, Mexico. For the next two weeks, countries will continue to bargain their way towards a deal in hopes of addressing climate change.  However after the disappointing outco... Read more >

  • It’s not wikileaks, but new documents obtained under Access to Information legislation are shedding some more light on just how far Canada’s embassy in Washington is going in defence of the tar sands.

    Not only are Foreign Affairs officials urging oil... Read more >

  • Monsanto Defeated in Germany

    Blogpost by Eric Darier Ph.D. - November 25, 2010 at 18:01


    Strict Liability and Public Access to Information upheld

    Monsanto and the pro-genetic engineering lobby received a severe blow in the highest German court. The Federal Constitutional Court in Germany reaffirmed on November 24, 2010 that the German... Read more >

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