Environmental Groups

23/10/18
Author: 
Michael Molitch-Hou
Members of XR deliver flowers, possibly reminiscent of a funeral bouquet, to Greenpeace staffers. (Photo: Courtesy of Jonny Pickup on Flickr.)
British environmental activist group says Greenpeace is not radical enough to meet the dire climate situation
 
 
27/09/18
Author: 
Frances Perraudin

Men who stopped lorries to become first environmental campaigners to be jailed for a protest in UK since 1932, says defence lawyer

Four anti-fracking activists face being the first environmental campaigners to be jailed for a protest in the UK since 1932, according to a lawyer representing one of them.

26/09/18
Author: 
David Thurton

Greenpeace accuses Teck of bullying Indigenous groups into supporting mine application

Sep 25, 2018

 
The ore crushing unit operates at Fort Hills oilsands mine on Sept. 10, 2018. (David Thurton/ CBC)

The company that hopes to build a massive oilsands project north of Fort McMurray says it has secured the support of all 14 Indigenous groups in the region.

24/09/18
Author: 
Waatea News Staff
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24 Sep 2018

Greenpeace executive director Russel Norman says his discharge without conviction for a protest against the oil exploration ship Amazon Warrior sets an important precedent.

In April last year the former Green MP and fellow climate activist Sara Howell, who was also discharged last Friday by the Napier District Court, swam in front of the ship 60 nautical miles off Napier, forcing it to stop its search for the day.

The charges were laid by the Ministry of Business, Innovation, & Employment.

13/09/18
Author: 
Fatima Syed & Steph Wechsler

September 11th 2018

Ontario Premier Doug Ford is facing yet another legal challenge in court, this time over his decision to put an end to the province's participation in an international carbon trading market.

02/09/18
Author: 
Jason Mark
25/08/18
Author: 
Misty MacDuffee & Dave Scott
Photo by Michael Snyder.

Our report highlights the risks posed to wild salmon in the Lower Fraser River from a Trans Mountain pipeline or tanker spill.

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12/08/18
Author: 
Alleen Brown, Will Parrish
Top photo: An Indigenous man raises his drum as he and others sing during a protest against the Trans Mountain pipeline expansion in Vancouver, British Columbia, on May 29, 2018.

IN BRITISH COLUMBIA’S southern interior, on unceded land of the Secwepemc Nation, Kanahus Manuel stands alongside a 7-by-12-foot “tiny house” mounted on a trailer. Her uncle screws a two-by-four into a floor panel while her brother-in-law paints a mural on the exterior walls depicting a moose, birds, forests, and rivers — images of the terrain through which the Trans Mountain pipeline expansion will pass, if it can get through the Tiny House Warriors’ roving blockade.

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