First Nations and their allies in Canada vow to stop the climate polluting $9.3 billion Trans Mountain pipeline expansion project, approved by the Trudeau government a day after the House of Commons had passed a non-binding resolution declaring climate change a national emergency.
by: Canadian Centre for Policy Alternatives | Press Release |Posted January 26, 2017 For Immediate Release January 25, 2017 Contact: Kerri-Anne Finn, CCPA Director of Communications Tel: 613-563-1341 x306 Canada responsible for ballooning greenhouse gas emissions from fossil fuel exports: new study OTTAWA —The amount of fossil fuel removed from Canadian soil that ends up in the atmosphere as harmful carbon dioxide has risen
“As the human population continues to grow and consumerism shows no signs of abating, the technosphere expands, causing pollution, contamination and resource depletion, further upsetting the delicate natural balance that keeps our planet habitable for humans and other life forms,” writes award-winning environmentalist David Suzuki.
Canadian environmentalists are demanding a complete overhaul of the National Energy Board, the federal board tasked with approving major energy and tar sands pipeline energy projects. They accuse the NEB of conflict of interest and deliberate suppression free speech.