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Opposition to Enbridge grows since federal approval FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Jun 16, 2015 “One year later, no one has budged and no one will – in fact opposition has only gotten stronger” The Week to End Enbridge unites First Nations, businesses and communities to fight the approval VANCOUVER – Today, on the eve of the […]
For a full decade, B.C. forests have been releasing dramatically more carbon into the atmosphere than they have absorbed out of the atmosphere.
Wetlands can be a bit baffling. What is a bog? Is it different than a fen? And what the heck is muskeg? The Northern Boreal Mountains ecoprovince is a great place to start in answering these questions.
Learn about the Pacific Loon. As it’s name suggests, the Pacific Loon spends most of its year along the Pacific Coast in Canada, Northern US, and Japan.
By Caitlyn Vernon, originally published on Rabble.ca One year ago, when the federal government approved the Enbridge Northern Gateway pipeline and tankers project despite the storm of opposition, a number of First Nations immediately went to court to protect their lands and waters, their cultures and communities. I often hear from people who strive, as […]