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Field visit to Atikamekw: the devastation of the logging industry has lasted too long

Blog entry by Nicolas Mainville | September 26, 2014 1 comment

Chief Christian Awashish notices the devastation of the logging on his ancestral land September 8, 2014 marks a historic day for Quebec, it’s the day when, for the first time in recent history, an indigenous nation has formally ...

Supreme Court Order Kills Essar’s Plans

Blog entry by Akshey Kalra | September 24, 2014

If you haven't heard so far, the Supreme Court of India cancelled 214 coal blocks allocated to private companies since 1993, deeming them illegal. And one of these coal blocks brings us to the story of Mahan, one of the oldest Sal...

Cacouna: TransCanada Feels the Wrath of the Whales

Blog entry by Patrick Bonin | September 22, 2014

The whales took their revenge on TransCanada yesterday after one of the company’s boats sailed through a pod of these wonderful creatures, just a few days into its work in the area.  Our observer Mikael Rioux was in Cacouna watching...

In the Heart of the Tarsands, Fort Chipewyan Builds a Solar Solution.

Blog entry by mhudema | September 19, 2014

Today, one of the communities most heavily impacted by tar sands development has started to move forward on a different type of energy source - this time harnessing the rays of the sun.   Fort Chipewyan is located 200 kilometres...

Volunteer Local Group in Medicine Hat Organizes for the Climate.

Blog entry by atzaras | September 19, 2014

Volunteer Local Group in Medicine Hat Invites You to Join them Locally to Show Solidarity for the Peop le’s Climate March in NYC! This weekend, thousands of people will gather in New York City to raise awareness about...

Bringing your voice to Ban Ki-moon to save the Arctic

Blog entry by Dr. Neil Hamilton, Senior Political Advisor | September 18, 2014

© Michael Nagle / Greenpeace It has been an awesome summer. Greenpeace has been in the Arctic continuously for months, bearing witness to the extraordinary changes, challenging outrageous attempts to find oil , explaining to...

1000 strong voices taking a powerful stand for the Arctic

Blog entry by Ethan Gilbert | September 16, 2014

This week the International Declaration on the Future of the Arctic has reached a milestone of 1000 influential signatories from all walks of life and all corners of our planet. The document, a ten point charter for environmental...

Ontario nature shines a spotlight on caribou forest

Blog entry by Shane Moffatt, Forest Campaigner | September 15, 2014

Last week our friends over at Ontario Nature released a short video to inform the public of a vital piece of caribou habitat threatened by Resolute Forest Products. This pristine area, known as the St. Raphael Signature Site and...

Who doesn't want you to have solar panels on your roof?

Blog entry by Keith Stewart | September 15, 2014

Who wouldn’t want you to put solar panels on their roof that provide power at a lower cost than what you’d pay your local utility? Coal and gas companies, that’s who, and they are working hard to hold back what the big banks are...

FSC makes big strides

Blog entry by Judy Rodrigues | September 12, 2014

This week, Greenpeace has been squirreled away in meetings with members of the FSC's General Assembly, the membership body that makes decisions about how FSC is governed. To be frank, we've been pretty critical of FSC over the last few...

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