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6 ways you can support Clyde River & Indigenous rights

Blog entry by Elizabeth Monaghan | November 24, 2016

It takes the strongest kind of courage to stand up to the most powerful organization in Canada—the federal government—not once, but twice. And, that's exactly what the Inuit community of Clyde River, Nunavut are doing. After being...

Work at Walmart Canada? There’s something you should know about the tuna aisle….

Blog entry by sking | November 24, 2016 1 comment

Do you work at Walmart Canada? Are you an ocean lover? Do you believe in a fair and safe working environment? If so, then there is something you should know….. Walmart senior leadership boasts about its corporate social...

With Trump Soon To Be in the White House, How Can Prime Minister Trudeau Approve...

Blog entry by Mike Hudema | November 20, 2016

The case against new tarsands pipelines has always been a strong one. Between the millions of tonnes of greenhouse gas emission s they would unlock, the threats to communities, water, and, land they would pose, and the unshaken...

Albertan Businesses Banking on Green Energy Economic Boom and Jobs

Blog entry by Valerie Pachal | November 17, 2016

Albertan Businesses Building on Green Energy Economic Boom and Jobs The Green Energy Jobs Transition Panel held in Edmonton October 17 in Edmonton, discussed  the transition to a new economy based on renewables and carbon reduction,...

Will Trudeau and Notley rise to the Trump Climate Challenge? The early forecast is no.

Blog entry by Mike Hudema | November 16, 2016 1 comment

It’s absolutely perplexing. While many of us are trying to figure out how to increase global climate ambition in wake of the disastrous election south of the border the Canadian and Albertan government seem to have not gotten the...

Canada bans microbeads! Another move to tackle plastic pollution...and more needed!

Blog entry by Sarah King, Senior oceans strategist | November 14, 2016

When you google “microbeads,” calls to ban them pop up in the search results even before the trusty Wikipedia definition. That’s because scientific studies and environmental organizations have shone a spotlight on how these tiny,...

Solidarity with Clyde River: Noise Complaints to Trudeau

Blog entry by Julia Levin | November 14, 2016

The Issue: The Inuit of Clyde River are defending their tiny community from seismic blasting, which harms whales, puts their traditional way of life at risk and paves the way for destructive oil drilling in Arctic waters.  A...

Don’t Let Climate Change Take My Malbec

Blog entry by Valerie Pachal | November 10, 2016

Climate change is real, the effects are felt globally, and the Paris treaty becoming international law is one of the many signs that the worldwide community is taking efforts to limit the effects of global warming very seriously. ...

The countdown to Clyde River’s day in court is on!

Blog entry by Jesse Firempong | November 9, 2016

In less than a month, the Arctic community of Clyde River makes its biggest stand yet to assert their rights as Inuit—the right to have a say in what type of development is permitted in their territory and the right to protect their...

Together We Are Stronger Than Trump

Blog entry by Mike Hudema | November 9, 2016 2 comments

I feel pretty devastated right now. Watching the votes roll in for the U.S. election and seeing a candidate that denies climate change and so openly promotes and embodies misogyny, racism, and hate become the next President...

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