Non-Renewables

A trio of climate film reviews: The Wisdom to Survive, Greedy Lying Bastards and The Carbon Rush.
Frequent truck traffic is destroying rural roads near fracking wells – leaving small communities with repair bills bigger than the tax revenue the oil and gas brings in.
BC-based filmmaker Richard Boyce’s Coastal Tar Sands explores the areas Enbridge's supertankers will navigate, loaded with oil from the Northern Gateway pipeline.
What's it like to live next door to Norwegian-owned Statoil's Alberta oil sands operations?
Is Suzuki’s Carbon Manifesto an act of seditious libel or the only rational response to climate change? You decide.
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