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Embarrassment continues to mount for Canada

Feature story | December 15, 2009 at 21:32

The sad story of Canada’s undermining the crucial climate negotiations in Copenhagen continues to play out.

Critical Chance to Save Woodland Caribou

Feature story | December 15, 2009 at 17:00

The woodland caribou in Ontario’s Boreal forest is threatened with extinction because of the long history of forest destruction allowed by the Ontario government in the southern Boreal forest, the enormous area of the province where most logging,...

Canada sabotages Copenhagen climate negotiations: Prentice should resign

Blog entry by Dave Martin | December 15, 2009 17 comments

This is a blog by Dave Martin, Climate and Energy Coordinator of Greenpeace Canada. Dave is a delegate to the United Nations Climate Change Conference in Copenhagen, Denmark, which takes place from December 7 to 18, 2009. Stay tuned to...

No deal in the Pacific as tuna stocks slip away…

Blog entry by Beth Hunter | December 15, 2009

Normal 0 false false false MicrosoftInternetExplorer4 Every year while Canadians are starting to flex their snow-shovelling muscles and...

Canadians lead the way: Highest # of Actions/Capita For December 12th Day of Action

Blog entry by Activist | December 11, 2009 4 comments

Guest blog from Jess Bell, Climate Action Network Canada In just a few short weeks, people in Canada from coast to coast have organized an unprecedented number of actions, rallies, and vigils to be held on Saturday December 12th to...

More embarrassment in Copenhagen for Canada and the tar sands

Feature story | December 11, 2009 at 14:07

The dirty oil of the tar sands took another hit today on the world stage.

High Noon in Copenhagen – A Mid-Point Analysis

Blog entry by Dave Martin | December 11, 2009

There's a lot of confusion and frustration here in Copenhagen as talks reach the mid-point of this historic climate change conference. After one week, with the eyes of the world on them, and with 20,000 people participating, very...

Terrace Bay Pulp: Driving Environmental Devestation and Social Conflict in the...

Publication | December 10, 2009 at 18:54

This case study draws on government documents, independent audits, satellite mapping, and public records, to look at the past, present, and future of the Kenogami Forest, a 2,000,000 hectare (4,940,000 acre) expanse in northern Ontario that...

Canada – Bad Boy NOT Boy Scout

Blog entry by Dave Martin | December 10, 2009 2 comments

This is a blog by Dave Martin, Climate and Energy Coordinator of Greenpeace Canada. Dave is a delegate to the United Nations Climate Change Conference in Copenhagen, Denmark, which takes place from December 7 to 18, 2009. Stay tuned to...

Greenpeace calls on EU to save Copenhagen summit

Feature story | December 9, 2009 at 17:00

A Greenpeace motorcade entered the heavily guarded EU summit grounds in Brussels to drive home the message that European leaders must boost their climate commitments to achieve success at the Copenhagen summit

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