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- 16 juin
BBC: Rio+20 deal weakens on energy and water pledges
Canada awarded dubious distinction at Rio talks for sustainable development
- 15 juin
The melting Arctic
Largest marine preserve announced before Rio+20
Australia will create the largest network of protected marine zones in the world, the government announced before the Rio+20 summit on sustainable development. The expansion, which the Australian fishing industry has opposed, brings the country's total protected ocean zones to 3.1 million square kilometers.The Epoch Times
Tar Sands Destroying Wolf & Caribou Populations In Canada
Read more: http://www.care2.com/causes/tar-sands-destroying-wolf-caribou-populations-in-canada.html#ixzz1yFeBj3pC
- 14 juin
Parks Canada staff banned from criticizing Feds
Drill, Baby, Drill – Shell’s Arctic Madnesshttp://www.care2.com/causes/drill-baby-drill-shells-arctic-madness.html
Immense Algae Bloom Signals Major Change in Arctichttp://www.care2.com/causes/immense-algae-bloom-signals-major-change-in-arctic.html
- 13 juin
Reality Check: The State of Climate Progress in Canada
Panel sends Harper “reality check” on global warming
OECD says Canada too reliant on commodities
- 12 juin
Save money, create jobs: So what's the problem?
- 11 juin
Sneak attack on the environment
The Harper government is forcing a massive “budget” bill through Parliament that secretly guts our environmental protection laws and threatens our forests, water and wildlife -- we only have days to help stop this outrageous bill before it passes.
- 10 juin
RGGI States Cut CO2 by 23 Percent in First Three Years
Andrew Coyne: Bill C-38 shows us how far Parliament has fallen (National Post)
Four former ministers protest 'taking the guts out' of Fisheries Act (Globe and Mail)
‘To allow C-38 to masquerade as a legitimate omnibus bill will bring our institutions into greater disrepute’ (Maclean's)
It’s time to speak out for nature and democracy (Pembina Institute)
Opposition parties joining forces to delay passage of ‘Trojan Horse’ budget bill (National Post)
Harper's real agenda visible in budget bill (CBC)
Old Age Security affordable without changes, watchdog says (CBC)
- 9 juin
More record warmth as scientists warn of global tipping point
Environment advisory panel's closure 'dumb', Harper told
Government needs advice of smart people, not 'cheerleaders,' panel member says
- 8 juin
De nouveaux documents vidéo mettent en lumière le rôle vital des aires marines protégées en Amérique du Nord
Renewable Energy Facts: Ontarians Have a Good Deal A Few Questions for Ontario’s Auditor General on Renewable Energy Report
☢ Henry Red Cloud: Solar Warrior for Native America Bringing renewable energy and jobs to reservations.
☢ Japan: New feed-in tariff system a rush to get renewables in play Liberal Democratic Party maverick Taro Kono said opposition to green energy feed-in tariffs stems from vested interests: the nuclear power lobby, meaning pronuclear politicians in his own party as well as in the ruling Democratic Party of Japan; the pronuclear METI; the utilities; and powerful business lobbies like Keidanren, whose members include firms that build nuclear reactors or consume large amounts of electricity and fear massive price hikes via renewable energy.
☢ Solar Power More Competitive Than Decision-Makers Or Consumers Realize Average PV module prices have fallen by nearly 75% in the past three years, to the point where solar power is now competitive with daytime retail power prices in a number of countries.
☢ Restoring Balance: A Review of the First Three Years of the Green Energy Act with respect to energy conservation By the Environmental Commissioner of Ontario
☢ Energy Efficiency Makes Nuclear Power Seem Like A Waste of Money, Energy & Jobs Infographic - For half the cost of a nuclear power plant, 1.6 million homes could be retrofitted to be energy efficient enough to offset the entire power output of that plant, all while generating 220,000 jobs--roughly 90 times more than with another nuclear power plant.
☢ Renewable Natural Gas as a way to curb waste and emissionsRenewable Natural Gas, or biomass, is a means of turning waste into energy savings, emissions and GHG reductions, storable and dispatchable fuel, increased energy security, economic development and job creation.
- 7 juin
Le libre-échange avec l’Europe réduira les risques de collusion, dit Johnson
- 4 juin
Do website protests like Black Out, Speak Out have any effect?
Demonizing the environmental movement
- 1 juin
UN refugee agency warns of worsening global displacement over next ten years
Climate change: Arctic passes 400 parts per million milestone
Voters Taking Action on Climate Change photo shoot tackles pipelines and tankers