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Province moving closer to plastic bag ban

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“We do not need this plastic in our environment,” says environment minister after Liberal Party joins a growing call to ban single-use plastic bags in N.L.

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Will the Liberals bring back conservation?

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Environment Minister’s mandate letter is a hopeful sign.

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Don’t repeat mistakes of the past on Parks

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The protection of our provincial parks was largely ignored during the rush to privatize them in the 1990s. Now we have a second chance to do the right thing.

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Top 10 conservation actions N.L. must take

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A farewell challenge: What this province needs to do to make things right.

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Litter shaming and projection

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Placing blame — and litter — where it should be placed.

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St. John’s proclaims right to a healthy environment

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The NL capital joins Blue Dot movement and becomes first municipality east of Quebec to recognize its residents’ right to clean air, water and soil.

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Spring brings opportunities for conservation

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But as with all good opportunities, we must act to take advantage of them.

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East Coast Trail brings in millions of dollars

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But it only receives support from a fraction of us.

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Eliminating parks interpreters: the wrong move at the wrong time

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Program reached more than 140,000 people over five years

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If we could see our smiling land through the eyes of strangers

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We wouldn’t take it so easily for granted.

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Can’t touch this: Arctic oil and NL

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The Government of Newfoundland and Labrador didn’t get the memo about climate change

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Cutbacks? But there’s nothing left in our parks to cut.

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Any further cuts to parks agency will effectively destroy it

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The time for a carbon tax is now

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With oil prices falling and budget deficits growing, a carbon tax is the smartest way to deal with the province’s fiscal crisis.

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Why we need a buffer around Gros Morne National Park

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And all of our protected areas, for that matter.

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We’re failing our most vulnerable species

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And, in the case of endangered species, an ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure

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New forest strategy is an honest attempt to change direction

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The province’s new forest strategy is promising and progressive. Let’s make sure it’s acted on.

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Conservation of our environment needs to be an election issue

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But that will only happen if we make it one

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SAM makes a giant leap forward for conservation

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Stewardship Association of Municipalities launches a conservation fund that could change our conservation landscape

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It’s hard to change everything

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We’re doing pretty well for ourselves, even if it is killing the planet. Bringing about change is going to be harder than we like to admit.

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Blue Dot Tour brings sadness and hope

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Enlisting help from across Canada could move protected areas agenda forward

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