Op-Ed: Time for Ontario to seize far-offshore wind opportunities in the Great Lakes
Published Tue, 16 Sep 2014 09:25:12 EST Read More
Over three and a half years ago, a cancellation, publicly referred to as a moratorium, on offshore wind was announced. The Canadian Association of Physicians for the Environment (CAPE) is perplexed by the lack of action in advancing a far-offshore wind sector in Ontario. The original February 2011 decision was made ostensibly to allow time to conduct more studies. Almost nothing has happened since...... Click here to read this release
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Experts visiting Ajax waterfront to examine algae issue first hand
Published Wed, 10 Sep 2014 09:02:46 EST Read More
Excellent visuals of researchers gathering algae When: Thursday, September 11, 2014 at 9:30 a.m. Where: Rotary Park Pavilion, Rotary Park, 177 Lake Driveway W., Ajax. What: A team of researchers will be completing fieldwork on the Ajax waterfront - site of some of the most extensive build-up of algae in the Great Lakes. Who: Dr. Marty Auer, an expe...... Click here to read this release
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98% in GTA Concerned about Neonic Pesticides and Bees
Published Tue, 19 Aug 2014 09:41:40 EST Read More
Across Ontario, 81% urge government to act âas quickly as possibleâ to protect pollinators For Immediate Release Aug. 19, 2014 TORONTO-A new poll shows 87 percent of Ontarians are concerned about the threat posed by âneonicâ pesticides to bees and other wildlife, and 92 percent want the government to take action to protect pollinators. The poll...... Click here to read this release
Op-Ed: Are Fraser sockeye found downstream from the Mt Polley mine tailings spill safe to eat?
Published Wed, 13 Aug 2014 09:06:20 EST Read More
Opinion piece by Alexandra Morton The latest Canadian mine tailing pond spill into a BC waterway occurred last week near Likely, BC. Prior to April 4th, Imperial Metalsâ Mt Polley gold and copper mine tailing pond was contained behind a gigantic wall of sand. There were warnings by employees and government that the tailing pond was over-filled and could rupture. The warnings we...... Click here to read this release
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