More than 100 groups from across Canada and the U.S. have written to Prime Minister Justin Trudeau urging him to halt Canada’s “broken” tar sands pipeline approval process.
Canadian environmentalists are demanding a complete overhaul of the National Energy Board, the federal board tasked with approving major energy and tar sands pipeline energy projects. They accuse the NEB of conflict of interest and deliberate suppression free speech.
The infrastructure already developed to accommodate cheap fossil fuels creates a psychological barrier to rational discourse on energy issues, says David Suzuki.
After years of delays and debate, New York State Gov. Andrew Cuomo finally decided that the risks of fracking outweigh the rewards, bans the practice.
Justin Trudeau’s views on key issues do not represent the real change Canadians will be seeking during the 2015 federal election, says Maude Barlow.
First Nations groups say that the pipeline would disrupt their traditional seafood harvest and endanger their culture.
New poll says 76 per cent of Albertans strongly favour stronger greenhouse gas performance regulations for industrial facilities.
TransCanada’s Energy East pipeline would spur a 40% increase in tar sands production while destroying First Nations communities’ livelihoods, culture and legal rights.