In 2019, the entirely preventable methylmercury poisoning of the traditional country food web of Indigenous people downstream of the Muskrat Falls megadam in Labrador is set to begin.
The dam under construction in Manitoba is raising concerns not unlike those with the Site C and Muskrat Falls mega-projects.
In Canada, large-scale projects such as Site C in B.C. and Muskrat Falls in Labrador run counter to our commitments to combat climate change and respect Indigenous Peoples' rights.
Ironically, although hydropower is seen as an energy source that helps slow global warming, in many areas its viability is threatened by climate change.
We speak with former AW@L Radio host and long time activist Alex Hundert about what he is doing 4 years after the Toronto G20. Hint: same thing as before, but more...
Barrick gets grilled in TO as they kill two in Tazania, while Dutch and Deutch banks kill in Panama. INM teams up with DotL as resistance to U, deforestation, piplelines, sludge and more heat up!
The biggest news for the environment this week might just be that the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge took pains to add a couple of green touches to this morning's royal wedding.
A snapshot of a dangerous series of dams currently being built around B.C.
For years, B.C. residents have criticized BC Hydro's single vision as it ignores less damaging power generation methods that would not destroy river valleys and kill thousands of animals.