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2010-10-12 | | Climate Change, Climate Summits, Ecological Fiscal Reform, Ontario Chapter, Atmosphere & Energy, Transition to Sustainable Economy
Pickering Airport version 2, SCO and One-Tonne Toronto, Greenbelt legislation passes!, the need for smart growth plan, Annual Algonquin Winter Outing wonderful, and more
2010-10-12 | | Climate Change, Ontario Chapter, CAFE Canada, Health & Environment, Transition to Sustainable Economy
State of cycling in TO, our winter programs for EcoCertification, Waterfront Revitalization: is it sustainable? or doable?, Car Free Day, Mobility Week and more...
2010-10-12 | | Climate Change, Forests, Ontario Chapter, Waste Diversion, Protecting Biodiversity
A book-lover comes face-to-face with pulp(wood) fiction, citizens find Ministry of Environment process unfair, The Money Tree advice column, unsustainable waste management in the GTA, and more
2010-10-12 | | Ecological Fiscal Reform, Ontario Chapter, Transition to Sustainable Economy
Leadership Challenge participant @ McGill ponders the ‘right’ way to lead, EarthStock: rockin’ out for the environment, step-by-step to your political empowerment, and more
2010-10-12 | | Climate Change, Ontario Chapter, CAFE Canada, International Program, Wilderness and Species Conservation, Atmosphere & Energy, Protecting Biodiversity, Transition to Sustainable Economy
Galapagos Islands trip & conservation issues, Car Free Day = freedom for your feet, a beginner's guide to global warming, why we need a gas tax... , and more
2010-10-12 | | Climate Change, Ontario Chapter, Atmosphere & Energy, Health & Environment, Protecting Biodiversity
Red Hill Creek Expressway update, Eco-Certification program - learn to calculate your ‘ecological footprint’ and then how to decrease it!, report on Algonquin canoe trip, and more
2010-10-12 | | Ontario Chapter, Population and the Environment, International Program, Wilderness and Species Conservation, Health & Environment, Protecting Biodiversity
Transportation victory in escarpment, Rouge natural disaster, sprawl campaign, GTA group and Quebec group wolf campaign updates, and more.
Response of Honourable Gail Shea, Minister of Fisheries and Oceans to Open Letter Requesting Stop to Oil and Gas Exploration in Gulf of St. Lawrence2010-10-05 | | Atlantic Chapter, Energy Onslaught, Wilderness and Species Conservation, Oceans, Endangered Species, Atmosphere & Energy, Protecting Biodiversity
2010-09-28 | | Ontario Chapter, Water, Safe Food and Sustainable Agriculture, Water Quality, Wilderness and Species Conservation, Oceans, Atmosphere & Energy, Health & Environment, Protecting Biodiversity
The summer wrap-up edition of Sanctuary leads off with a piece by Sierra Club Ontario’s new Chapter Coordinator Kristina Jackson on the timely subject of clean energy. Other pressing topics featured include commentary on the 2010 G-20 Toronto Summit, issues surrounding the implementation of a gasfired generator in the Township of King, and a piece discussing the importance of forging green alliances. Please also take time to read the Chair’s column on the value of connecting to nature, and note that the deadline for nominations to the Chapter Executive Committee election is October 15.
2010-09-02 | | Alberta Tar Sands and Mackenzie River Delta, Chinook Group, Climate Change, Forests, Prairie Chapter, The Boreal Forest, Toxic Sludge, Water, Energy Onslaught, Forests and Biodiversity, Toxics Awareness and Education, Water Quality, Wilderness and Species Conservation, Toxics, Atmosphere & Energy, Health & Environment, Protecting Biodiversity
On August 31st, 2010, a study which was led by University of Alberta researchers was published in the journal Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, which conclusively shows that numerous highly toxic pollutants are being released into the Athabasca River and its tributaries by the development of the oil sands. The levels exceeded both federal and provincial government guidelines. The report is available for download here.