One Earth, One Chance- why not do your part? It is clear that Canada and the world have reached a tipping point and that action is now more important than ever to protect the Earth and the special places we and other creatures call home. At Sierra Club, w ...
Yvonne Ho's blog The following article was originally published on Sierra Club U.S.'s blog, written by Carol Polsgrove. That truck next to you on the highway may contain “the most radioactively hazardous materials on Earth”. Trucks full of liqu ...
Yvonne Ho's blog Sierra Club Ontario is a strong advocate of Greenbelt protection, and is an active member on the Ontario Greenbelt Alliance. The following article discusses the various social and environmental benefits that the Greenbelt provides to ...
Yvonne Ho's blog The following article was originally published in Sierra Club U.S. website, written by Carol Polsgrove. A judge has given the U.S. Department of Energy the green light to begin transporting highly radioactive liquid waste from Onta ...
Yvonne Ho's blog The following article was originally published in August 2016 on Sierra Club Canada Foundation's blog. At almost 2 million acres, it’s the world’s largest permanently protected greenbelt. Dan McDermott, who is just stepping dow ...
Yvonne Ho's blog The following article was written by Dr. John Bacher, Greenbelt advocate and a member of Sierra Club Ontario. Through a threefold series of announcements a process has been set in motion which could result in substantial reductions t ...
Yvonne Ho's blog "Lost Resources equal lost jobs." The following article was written by Dr. John Bacher of the Preservation of Agricultural Lands Society (PALS), and originally published on The Media Co-op. Although not captured by the majo ...
Yvonne Ho's blog Going from Greenbelt to a ‘Swiss Cheese belt’... On Monday March 20th, the development industry hosted a lobby day at Queen’s Park to drive home the message that land in and around the Greenbelt is essential to avert the growing hous ...
Yvonne Ho's blog In 2013, Ontario Power Generation (OPG) proposed to construct, operate, and ultimately decommission and abandon a deep geological repository (DGR) for low- and intermediatelevel radioactive waste. The repository would accommodate was ...
Niagara's Escarpment-Decew Falls Forest, Largest Remaining Woodland in St. Catharines, at Risk of Losing "Natural Area" Designation and Protection
Yvonne Ho's blog The Escarpment-Decew Falls Forest- which has been identified as an Environmentally Sensitive Areas (ESA) in the Niagara Region, and is the largest remaining woodland in the City of St. Catharines- has been the subject of a 40-year ...