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Posts tagged as “environment”

Phase Two of Line 9

By Kristen Phoeniks and Natalie Guttormsson The approval process for “Phase Two” of Enbridge’s Line 9 reversal project is currently under way. Phase Two runs from the Westover terminal, north…

The Driving Force Behind Environmental Jobs

I am not ranting about the plethora of jobs in the environment, but the hypocrisy that surrounds it. All the jobs I have reviewed that are available in the environmental…

All that Glitters is not Barrick Gold

After years of denying reports that local women were being gang-raped by Barrick Gold employees at their mine in Porgera, Papua New Guinea, the company finally acknowledged the problem existed…

FDA Set to Approve Transgenic “Frankenfish”

Anyone who has ever caught and gutted their own fish knows that the entire ordeal can be fairly messy. Even more untidy are the current Food and Drug Administration (FDA)…

Impact of Alberta’s Oil Sands on Nearby Lakes

A CBC article regarding studies on the pollution of lakes up to 90 kilometers away from the Oil Sands includes the sentence, “The effect of the oil sands on the…

Green Housing Trent University

A student driven movement to build new greenhouses on Symons Campus has been gaining significant momentum within the university community over the past several weeks. The Facebook group for “Greenhousing…

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