Poll questions, poll results and background briefing on a poll taken in December 27, 2005 - January 3, 2006 revealing that three in four British Columbians support a ban on crude oil tanker traffic in BC’s inside coastal waters.
The scale of agreements in the Great Bear Rainforest go beyond protecting one single valley or establishing of one sustainable business venture - victories which alone are often celebrated as a success.
Deep sea bottom trawling uses large, heavy gear that is designed to drag, across the sea bed, causing massive collateral damage. Habitats, such as ancient corals, some of them thousands of years old, which provide shelter for hundreds of other...
A comprehensive assessment of the hazards of operational reactors, new 'evolutionary' designs, inherent flaws of the main reactor designs and future reactor concepts, the risks associated with the management of spent nuclear fuel and the...
Despite the claims made by Kimberly-Clark to being an environmentally responsible company, it continues to make it's tissue products - including Kleenex - from trees clearcut from Canada's ancient forests. In this report, we examine...
British Columbia environmental groups issue a report card on government and industry progress on protecting the Great Bear Rainforest.
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