Raincoast’s Executive Director Chris Genovali blogs at the Huffington Post. Follow his articles below
Kosh’s Invade Canada -January 21, 2011
Message in a bottle – Bottle drop simulates oil spill Dec 14 2010
The death cults among us October 6 2010
Enbridge Northern Gateway not worth the risk Sept 10 2010
“Just say no” to certified organic farmed salmon Aug 24 2010
Vampire Blues: sucking blood from the Earth July 20/2010
Stop the needless killing of BC’s grizzly bears July 7/2010
Would a grizzly bear certify this fishery? June 22/ 2010
The Ethics of Killing Carnivores June 11/10
Law and Disorder: A killer for whales June 7/10
Oilpocalypse has Canada’s attention May 27/10
Chris Genovali is the Executive Director of the Raincoast Conservation Foundation.
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