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BC’s Pipeline Spill Map Has Been Offline for Over Eight Months

Oil and gas commission previously said it would be online by end of 2016.

By Carol Linnitt, 8 Mar 2017


news

‘Open Science’ Critical for Effective Environmental Assessments

Review offers chance to transform assessment process and make Canada a world leader.

By Carol Linnitt, 27 Dec 2016


news

Scientists Officially Unmuzzled: ‘No Government Should Ever Again Silence Science’

Union negotiates federal employees’ right to speak in collective deal.

By Carol Linnitt, 14 Dec 2016


news

‘Workers Deserve Something Sustainable’: Oil Workers Unveil Clean Jobs Plan

Plan includes federal support for skills training, investments in renewables.

By Carol Linnitt, 3 Nov 2016


news

Oilsands CEO Plans to Leave Some of It in the Ground

Suncor takes green tack to argue for changes to Alberta regulations requiring companies to extract every barrel of oil.

By Carol Linnitt, 3 Aug 2016


opinion

Understanding Trudeau's 'Disappointed' Keystone Response

He could be a wholesale pipeline supporter, or perhaps his motives are more nuanced.

By Carol Linnitt and Heather Libby, 7 Nov 2015


news

BC LNG Deal Lets Petronas off Hook for Two Kinds of Emissions

Carbon 'free pass' imperils BC's climate targets, say critics.

By Carol Linnitt, 17 Jul 2015


news

Kitimat's Other Eco-Fight: A Rio Tinto Alcan Primer

Aluminum giant defends plan to increase production without new sulphur dioxide scrubber installation.

By Carol Linnitt, 12 Jun 2015


blogs

UVic faculty demand divestment from fossil fuel

By Carol Linnitt, 2 May 2014