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Enbridge Tar Sands Pipeline Threatens Canadian Wildlife

Enbridge Northern Gateway is proposing a pipeline and oil tankers through BC

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…

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Take the lead: On climate action

By Chris Genovali Calgary Herald, Nov 30, 2009 Re: “Climate plan will take 40 years: Prentice,” Nov. 21. Climate scientist James Hansen of NASA states we have already passed the threshold for “maximum permissible concentration of carbon dioxide in the atmosphere.”

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Environment debate should be the focus

by Chris Genovali Saanich News May 8, 2009 The May 1 News editorial: “Let’s get down to business” rightly laments that “we are less than two weeks away from election day in B.C. and we’re still waiting for the campaign to present significant debate

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Pipeline Peril

Calgary Herald\ January 4, 2009\ \ by Chris Genovali\ \ Re: “Syncrude duck deaths cap oilpatch’s ‘dirty’ year,” Dec. 29. The oilsands could impact avian life beyond the waterfowl migrating through and nesting in Alberta’s boreal forest.

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Pumping offshore oil and gas

BC Business Examiner – Vancouver Island Edition\ Letters\ December 01, 2008\ \ Re: “Pumping offshore oil and gas” (Business Examiner, Nov 3), it is unfortunate that former, interim premier-turned-industry-consultant Dan Miller is once again advocating for industry to open up British Columbia’s coast to oil rigs, tankers, pipelines and the risk of an Exxon Valdez-style […]

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