Scientific argument for $1-billion project is far from watertight.
Orders follow a number of developments, including federal decision to extend licences.
BC’s brief commitment to action ends with launch of ‘leadership plan’ that rejects expert panel’s advice.
Passionate about sustainable land use? Don’t miss this event, full of inspiring leaders in the field.
In California, scientists glimpse a surprising protective streak among a certain type of whale.
BC Hydro feared effects of fracking-induced earthquakes, relies on ‘understandings’ to reduce risk.
Measures like GDP make little sense in a world of tightening environmental constraints.
Comments raise questions about government’s recent approval of permits for dam project, says NDP critic.
Praise for Cohen Commission action, but doubts about commitment to restoring protection lost in Harper years.
In approving dam permits, Ottawa forgets its reconciliation promises, says report author.
No ‘hippie terrorists’ here, the sailors supporting Alexandra Morton’s research mission share a passion for ocean life.
Two years after Mount Polley, questions about gov’t decisions linger.
Seven ways we’re already preparing for the transition. Add your own.
Grieving for coral reefs, a Providence poet decides to counsel others about their warming woes.
Suncor takes green tack to argue for changes to Alberta regulations requiring companies to extract every barrel of oil.
Our shrinking, melting Arctic sends no clearer signal. So how’s our leaders’ plan stack up?
As biologist’s research quest continues, industry decries use of drones and cameras as ‘harassment.’
‘They’re completely industrializing the coastal ecosystem.’
Inside the bet that a BC-made, single-seat electric car is the next (really) big thing.
Parasites spiked in Broughton area salmon pens, and hit decade high among wild juveniles, says new report.
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