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  • We're #5!

    Blogpost by Josh Brandon - January 14, 2008 at 21:22

    Project Censored, a California based media monitoring organization, and Yes magazine have put together a list of the top 10 stories of hope of 2007.  Number five on their list the growing grassroots movement against GMOs.  Greenpeace has played a grea... Read more >

  • Canada’s crustaceous performance at the WTO claws at European GE regulations

    Blogpost by Josh Brandon - January 14, 2008 at 18:48

    France extends GE ban, Canada tells Europe to reconsider.

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    Last week, France announced it would extend its ban on GE corn.  Before Canadians had time to seal the envelopes on the congratulations cards streaming across the Atlantic, the Canadian delegat... Read more >

  • Cool farming and greenhouse gases

    Blogpost by Josh Brandon - January 11, 2008 at 18:58

    N2Ofire Cool farming 1 2 3 4Agriculture is a major cause of global warming.  This is the key finding of “Cool Farming” a report published by Greenpeace and authored by Pete Smith, a Nobel Prize winning scientist from the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change.  Somewhere aro...

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  • Giving Renewables their Chance

    Blogpost by Shawn Patrick Stensil - November 15, 2007 at 15:35

    I just got back from a vacation. After the Artic Sunrise’s tour in September and the Ontario election in October I needed a bit of a rest.

    Back on the job I’m starting to see signs of how the energy and climate debate is going to shape up in Ontario o... Read more >

  • The Potential of Windpower on the Great Lakes

    Blogpost by - October 1, 2007 at 19:19

    Politicians tell us there is not enough potential renewable energy to keep the lights on in Ontario without nuclear or coal power. They’re wrong.

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    At the end of August, the McGuinty gove... Read more >

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