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Greenpeace recommendations on Ontario’s proposed Cap and Trade Cancellation Act

October 2018

Greenpeace Canada submission to the Ontario Environmental Bill of Rights consultation on Bill 4: The Cap and Trade Cancellation Act Summary The recent report from the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate…

Greenpeace and Democracy Watch request for an investigation of CAPP advertising campaign

August 2018

This is a formal request from Greenpeace Canada and Democracy Watch to Ontario’s Chief Electoral Officer into whether an ad campaign by a front group for the Canadian Association of…

Investor beware: Kinder Morgan Canada’s climate risk

April 2018

Kinder Morgan Canada Limited (KML) has disclosed that it is exposed to physical and transition risks related to climate change that could block the construction of the Trans Mountain Expansion…

Reflections in Fukushima: The Fukushima Daiichi Accident Seven Years On

March 2018

Seven years after the start of the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear disaster and one year after the Japanese government lifted evacuation orders in areas of Namie and Iitate, radiation levels remain…

In the Pipeline: Risks for Funders of Tar Sands Pipelines

October 2017

This report is written for banks, their institutional shareholders, and for those financial institutions considering financing or arranging finance – through the purchase or underwriting of corporate bonds or shares…

Canadian Securities Administrators’ risk disclosure review: Greenpeace Canada’s submission

July 2017

Greenpeace Canada submits that, as the risks of climate change are material to the market price or value of securities, disclosure of climate risks should be mandatory.

A Call for Public Safety: Addressing Nuclear Risks on the Great Lakes

May 2017

This report identifies steps that the government should take in order to ensure public safety for Ontarians, given that there are 10 operating nuclear reactors in the greater Toronto area.

Tar Sands in the Atlantic: TransCanada’s Proposed Energy East Pipeline

July 2016

A new report released today by the US – based Natural Resources Defense Council (NRDC), in partnership with numerous Canadian and U.S. groups, shows the proposed Energy East pipeline would…

Nuclear scars: The Lasting Legacies of Chernobyl and Fukushima

March 2016

To mark the 30th and 5th anniversaries of the Chernobyl and Fukushima disasters, Greenpeace commissioned reviews of scientific literature examining radioactive contamination and health effects linked with the accidents.

Energy Revolution 2015 – The latest documentation

September 2015

Dynamic change is happening in energy supply, but the change needs to happen faster. this Energy [R]evolution scenario proposes a pathway to a 100% sustainable energy supply, ending CO2 emissions…

TransCanada vastly exaggerating Energy East’s ability to reduce overseas oil imports

October 2014

By repeating false information, TransCanada is misleading Canadians and investors in a desperate attempt to justify its Energy East pipeline and tanker proposal.

Economics of Transporting and Processing Tar Sands Crudes in Quebec

June 2014

This report examines the economics of transporting and processing Alberta tar sands crudes in Quebec.

Darlington Refurbishment: Risk Issues Require Greater Attention

May 2014

The Ontario government directed Ontario Power Generation (OPG) to start rebuilding reactors at the Darlington nuclear station beginning in 2016. But OPG hadn’t even completed a final cost estimate for…

The Rainbow Spill: A Case of Crime and (No) Punishment

April 2013

The 2011 Rainbow pipeline spill near the Lubicon Cree community of Little Buffalo was one of the largest in Alberta’s history.