Posts Tagged ‘Environment’

One of the largest accidental releases of oil in Alberta’s history isn’t a burst pipeline and it doesn’t involve a train of tanker cars derailing into a river. It’s also not a thing of the past. It’s been going on for about a year and it’s still happening. An estimated 12,000 barrels of bitumen and [...]

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The world’s top climate change scientists are now 95 percent certain that humans are responsible for global warming. That’s the headline takeaway from the latest findings by the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change. Global temperatures are the hottest since the last ice age and the planet is only getting warmer. What to make of this [...]

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Why I Am Canadian for the Great Bear

Posted by Jeff Rubin on September 6th, 2012 under SmallerWorldTags: , , ,  • 13 Comments

I’ve just returned from one of my favourite pastimes—salmon fishing off the west coast of British Columbia. But even in the remote Kyuquot Sound region, off the grid and far away from the news, it’s hard to get away from conversations about the proposed Northern Gateway pipeline that would bring a never-ending stream of tanker [...]

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