Former Greenpeace co-director receives two million dollar U.S. award for disrupting oil and gas industry in Canada
According to a statement from The Climate Breakthrough Project, Berman won the award specifically for her outstanding work on “fossil fuel supply reduction,” or, put simply, blocking oil and gas projects in Canada and beyond.
McDonald’s “eco-friendly” paper straws can’t be recycled
In the UK, the company slashed all its plastic straws even though those could well be recycled. The organization claimed this was part of a green initiative.
Liberal MP raises ethics concerns after flying private jet for personal medical treatment
Liberal MP Dominic LeBlanc’s use of JD Irving’s private jet to make a doctor’s appointment in Montreal last month is reviving the New Brunswick politician’s past brushes with ethics rules.
If Teslas keep exploding, I think I’ll keep my truck
There are a few recent incidents that suggest that Teslas are not as perfect and safe as the common perception suggests.
PEI Green Party candidate, son perish in boating accident
Just days before the provincial election, Green party candidate Josh Underhay and his young son died in a canoeing accident, after capsizing on Prince Edward Island’s Hillsborough River.
We can address climate change without fear mongering
While serious policymakers and scientists correctly identify global warming as a grave danger to humanity, it’s a mistake to rely solely on fear to motivate people.
Conservative politicians have the potential to lead on climate change
Guided by experienced business stewards from the private sector and funded in part by the government, a partnership with BEV could be a fantastic policy for Scheer to campaign on this fall.
Catherine McKenna says “Do right by the planet” and get the carbon tax rebate before a heat-wave kills you
Environment minister Catherine McKenna conflated energy with pollution and announced she’s giving away our money under the banner of “climate action”, so we should come and get some.