By Paul C. Paquet, Chris Genovali and Misty MacDuffee, The Huffington Post
Ignoring climate change is a critical omission that further undermines the credibility of an already flawed Enbridge ESA for decision-making…
By Paul Paquet, Chris Genovali and Misty MacDuffee,
As formal interveners in the Northern Gateway federal review process, we were disconcerted that climate change was not considered in the Enbridge ESA…
By Sean McIntyre – Gulf Islands Driftwood
Published: August 31, 2011
Broader public consultation and a thorough risk assessment are needed before a decision to increase tanker traffic by more than 200% through the Gulf Islands is made…..
The Huffington Post
By Chris Genovali, Paul Paquet and Misty MacDuffee
The distinct assembly of iconic animals such as whales, dolphins, wolves, and bears make the coast of British Columbia qualitatively different from most other exceptional places in the world…
Island Tides April 7-April 20, 2011
The notion that animal welfare applies to wildlife has escaped most people, including animal welfarists and conservationists alike…
The Huffington Post
By Paul Paquet and Chris Genovali
Although rarely considered, many human activities deprive wild animals of their life necessities by destroying or impoverishing their surroundings, causing suffering of individuals through displacement, stress, starvation, and diminished security…
By Larry Pynn, Vancouver Sun
A new study found 36,000 pieces of debris along our coastline. Experts say it’s just the ‘tip of the iceberg’
By Paul C. Paquet and Chris Genovali, Special To The Vancouver Sun
March 11, 2011
Although rarely considered, many human activities deprive wild animals of their life necessities, causing suffering of individuals through displacement, stress, starvation, and diminished security…
Animal Writes – The Vancouver Humane Society Newsletter, Spring 2011
by Paul C. Paquet and Chris Genovali
Why is there no concern about the pain, fear, suffering and even death that wildlife will endure if the pipeline is approved? It is largely because we place a higher priority on economic growth than on the welfare of other species…
The Huffington Post With the preliminary hearings having commenced for the Canadian Environmental Assessment Agency’s Joint Review Panel on Enbridge Inc.’s proposed Northern Gateway pipeline from Alberta’s tar sands to the British Columbia coast, it would be illustrative for British Columbians to look south of the border.
By Chris Genovali, Special to the Vancouver Province
The Enbridge Pipeline company’s operations in the U.S. should be of particular interest to BC as they relate to the Northern Gateway project.
Battle Creek Enquirer August 10, 2010 Re: “Canadians protest Enbridge expansion plans” (Enquirer, Aug. 2), British Columbians should be paying close attention to the Kalamazoo River spill and its aftermath.