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Jun 5, 2019
Canadian Association of Physicians for the Environment President Courtney Howard speaks yesterday in Fredericton as University of Saskatchewan professor Wanda Martin listens. Photo: David J. Climenhaga

Nurses sound the alarm on climate change, again

David J. Climenhaga
To critics who advise nurses and doctors concerned about climate change to stay in their lane, they have an easy answer: the health impacts of fire, drought, and famine are right in their lane.
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May 28, 2019
Image: Jason Woodhead/Flickr

Alternative media versus the exterminist economy

Robert Hackett
Climate action involves challenging the petrobloc, including corporate media. Independent media that diversify debate deserve policy support as a public good.
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May 15, 2019
Nakba graffiti in Nazereth. Photo: PRA/Wikimedia Commons

The Nakba: a catastrophe that is still with us

Robert Massoud
Around the world, May 15 is commemorated as Nakba Day. It is the simmering conflict which has tainted 70 years of the world's evolution and interfered with the resolution of many of its problems.

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