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A new report argues that Canada won’t make progress on climate change until we learn to cooperate – and shares lessons from the EU, Australia and Germany on how to do just that.
Smoke rising from an oil refinery. Alternatives Journal. A\J.
If we want to slow the tar sands, we need to demand a price on carbon.
bicycle safety bike month A\J AlternativesJournal.ca
For week three of bike month: bicycle etiquette for both cyclists and motorists.
Gear up with A\J: A city cycling how-to. Alternatives Journal.
Get a first-hand account of bicycle commuting: follow along with 16 participants in the Bike2Work Challenge.
bike month graphic A\J AlternativesJournal.ca
For week two of bike month: Be an MVP while cycling with these tips from CAN-Bike.
bike month graphic A\J AlternativesJournal.ca
For week one of Bike Month: DIY bike maintenance at home or your local community bike resource centre!
Gear up with A\J: A City Cycling how-to. Alternatives Journal.
Find out what's coming up on A\J for Bike Month, May 27 to June 30 – and how to win some brilliant bike books!
Trans-Alaska oil pipeline with mountains in the background. Alternatives Journal
BC resident James MacGregor is asking all Canadians to take a stand against the Northern Gateway pipeline.
John Robinson presents a model for sustainable action that emphasizes increasing benefits rather than reducing harm.
Move on, stroller wars. Making the case for the value of a car-free upbringing.
In the final episode, the impact on the Atlantic Ocean of the 20-year invasion of the Lionfish is investigated.
In episode nine, Carl Safina heads to Zanzibar to profile efforts to instill a conservation ethic in the residents and religious leaders of Pemba Island's fishing villages.
Carl Safina meets with marine historians to find out what happened to northwest Atlantic cod and whether or not the damage can be reversed.
In episode seven, Carl Safina explores the problems faced by the leatherback turtle on Trinidad's northeast coast and profiles a local anti-poaching group.
Carl Safina investigates the efforts in Washington State to restore salmon habitats in the Nisqually River where overfishing and habitat loss eliminated their population decades ago.
Can we love reefs–and fish–without loving them to death? In episode four of "Saving the Ocean," Carl Safina takes viewers to Belize to see the damage shark hunting is having on the coral reefs.
In episodes two and three of his PBS series "Saving the Ocean," Carl Safina travels to Georges Bank to give viewers an inside look into the industry of swordfish hunting.
In the first instalment of his PBS series "Saving the Ocean," Carl Safina goes whale-watching in Baja California where Gray Whales were once a target for commercial hunting.
Looking for low-waste, unique gifts? Irith McConnachie profiles nine upcycling artists.
Andrew Reeves and guest bloggers respond to Environmental Defence’s report on toxic ingredients in men’s body care products.