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FANE: It’s time to talk about ecology in Newfoundland and Labrador

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It might seem like a bizarre moment to be fighting to bring ecology to the fore in decision-making in Newfoundland and Labrador. But our decisions about how to proceed in the future depend largely on how we understand our past. Do we trust our politicians? Do we trust Nalcor CEO Stan Marshall and the appointed “expert panel” evaluating the North Spur? Have we been listening and attentive to how the Muskrat Falls project will forever change the lives of the Innu and Inuit in Labrador? One not need look far into the past to see that ecological issues have in fact been included in the scope of considerations about the economic future of the province. For example, in 2010, the province’s Premier, Minister of Natural Resources, and Nalcor CEO Ed Martin all promised they would produce “clean energy” and “environmentally friendly” power. Yet in times of strife, the province’s political leaders,…

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Working toward “ecological conversion”

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MUN professor takes aim at consumer capitalism for its role in the ecological and climate crises, draws inspiration from Pope Francis in leading a local initiative to start “a new conversation” about ecology and sustainability.

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Access roads destroy wilderness

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Proceed with caution

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Fall round-up

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A look back at the last eight months in provincial environment and conservation news

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Graph showing the absolute and relative change in the principal sources of provincial revenue.

An inconvenient truth we need to discuss

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East coast trails

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Mistaken Point just may be the place where animals first got going

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