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Northern Gateway setback could mean opportunity for aboriginal energy proposal | Warrior Publications

Eagle Spirit Energy and Aquilini stated Monday they have stolen support from two First Nations bands in Burns Lake and Fraser Lake who had granted conditional support for the Enbridge route and have now switched allegiance. 134 more words


Sustainability is destroying the Earth | Deep Green Resistance New York

Don’t talk to me about sustainability.  You want to question my lifestyle, my impact, my ecological footprint?  There is a monster standing over us, with a footprint so large it can trample a whole planet underfoot, without noticing or caring.  58 more words


On the road to reconciliation, tension between miners and Aboriginals grow

TORONTO (miningweekly.com) – While Canada has come a long way in reconciling pre-existing Aboriginal sovereignty with assumed Crown sovereignty, tension is rising between the proponents of several new mining projects located on Crown lands, or within Aboriginal reserves, and Aboriginals, who increasingly assert their rights. 134 more words


Can Africa leapfrog the carbon energy age?

Africa has a chance to divert from the fossil fuels dependency path and pursue clean energy development.

Some see Africa as the land of poverty, others as the continent with the fastest economic growth. 918 more words

Climate change report: 'The worst is yet to come' – as it happened | Environment | theguardian.com

Human-driven climate change poses a great threat, unprecedented in type and scale, to well-being, health and perhaps even to human survival,” write three of the contributors to the IPCC report’s health chapter. 128 more words


Le Contrôle des armes aux Etats-Unis ; l’essort économique français

Un membre de la legislature de l’état de Californie est accusé par le FBI de traffic d’armes massif, des fusils d’assaut militaires, pour être précis. C’est un élu de San Francisco, ville notoirement de gauche. 211 more words

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Published on Mar 13, 2014

In this Afterburner, Bill Whittle examines the Crimea situation–should we be panicked about damaging our relations with Russia? 75 more words

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