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Niger Delta Farmers Welcome Shell Court Ruling

Four Anti-Mountaintop Removal Activists Arrested at Home

Anti-Mining Activist Assassinated in El Salvador

Arctic Melt Top Weather Story of Decade, if Not Century: Enviro Cda's Phillips

Good News for Bees (At Least American Ones): Judge Bans Chemical

Science left behind in Copenhagen Coverage

Canada Successfully Destroys Parody Websites

Despite Disappointment, Climate Summit Marks High Point for Activist Movement

Greenpeace Will Keep up Pressure on Global Warming

Maple Syrup Output at Record High: StatsCan

Escape from Copenhagen

Copenhagen Outcome: a Real Climate Catastrophe

A Poem For Stephen

Tarsands Pollution Exceeds Official Estimates: Study

Seed Behemoth Monsanto Stumbles Into Antitrust Trouble

BC Wilderness Committee Calls for Climate Action

Success?

A Billion People's Water at Risk From Melting Ice - Al Gore

Youth and Indigenous People Escalate Protests Inside the UN

Climate Justice - Take Action for People & the Planet

MANITOBA HAS PLAN TO REDUCE PLASTIC BAG USE: BLAIKIE

Global Protests Demand Action on Climate Change

Can Wind Power the World?

Canada's Trade Trumps Environment

Activist Naomi Klein Calls for Disobedience at Copenhagen

Greenhouse Gases Imperil Health, E.P.A. Announces

EPA to Strengthen Oversight of Pesticide’s Impact on Children and Farmworkers

Tarsands Adding Carcinogens to Athabasca River: Study

Hog Industry on the Ropes

Canada Must do More to Confront Climate Crisis - Science Matters

Larry's Letter to the Free Press Re;"ClimateGate"

Warm Weather Puts Winter 'Lifeline' for Northern Manitoba Communities at Risk

UN Hits Back at Climate Skeptics

Popular Herbicide Affects Sexual Development in Frogs, Research Finds

The Tar Sands Blow - Please Watch This Video

Copenhagen Climate Change Talks Must Fail says Top Scientist

Canada's Image Lies in Tatters

Will China Turn Its Back on International Standards in the Ilisu Dam?

This Could be the Car of the Future! But Whose Future?