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Dilbit and Fish

Salmon exposed to bitumen have high rates of mortality

University of Guelph

Disappeared

Mexico: War on the land, war on the people

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Dawn Paley

Fracking Fact Check

With BC’s fracking inquiry due in December, we check out the evidence on earthquakes, water, pollution, and health

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Delores Broten

Bottled Water

Merville debate underscores growing pains of BC water law

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Gavin MacRae

Grief and Survival in the Anthropocene

November | December 2018

How are we, as individual humans, to face the loss of species and ecosystems that, tragically, characterize the Anthropocene era? It’s difficult, painful, ongoing work to grieve – to expand our awareness to contain what has been called “the new normal” – yet necessary in order to carry on doing the work that needs to be done.

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