Alberta Proclaims Its Right To Pollute

Alberta Proclaims Its Right To Pollute

Not all resources must be mined, used and exported; the sorry story of asbestos proves that point, although it took a long time to overcome stubborn government support for this industry. The last asbestos mine in Canada closed in 2011, and Canada finally agreed to ban the use of asbestos as of this year — 30 years after the World Health Organization declared asbestos a carcinogen in 1987.

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Site C Update

On November 1st, 2017 the BC Utilities Commission issued its final report to the Government on the Site C Inquiry, which is available for download from the Inquiry website. In response to the Provincial Government Order in Council (OIC) the Commission was instructed... Read more

Dark-Sky Dads Who Love The Dark

Today, the International Dark-Sky Association is the only nonprofit working to minimize the destructive impacts of artificial light at night on our environment, our health, and wildlife. We strive to educate the public about adverse effects of irresponsible light at night and engage the IDA community in unique and creative ways to get involved in dark sky advocacy.

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Earth Charter Petition

Earth Charter Petition

The Earth Charter promotes the building of a just, sustainable, and peaceful global society and seeks to inspire in all people a sense of global interdependence and shared responsibility. Help Victoria and other municipalities become earth Charter Cities!

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